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A Place That Used to Be is now available for online order! Before you order from Amazon, please consider the following: See if you can order the book through your local bookstore! Many businesses are offering curbside pick-up or other social distancing options. Request the book through your local library! Wait a few weeks: I’ll…
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Sequel Update #5 – Exciting Stuff!
Some exciting stuff happening this week as we get closer to A Place That Used to Be‘s release. We haven’t settled on a solid launch date, the world being what it is, but I’m hoping for late June! In the meantime, here’s where the sequel’s at! Ben Van Dongen of Adventure Worlds Press once again…
Sequel Update #4: Meet the Publisher!
Last week when I was putting the Q and A post together, I realized that I haven’t been talking much about the group of people who are making the sequel possible: that is, the wonderful folks at Adventure Worlds Press! Adventure Worlds Press releases fringe titles including horror, science fiction, short story collections, and more!…
the book signing
A couple weeks ago, I was part of a book signing at Juniper Books! I got to spend the afternoon sharing a table and stories with Elizabeth J. M. Walker and Alexander Zelenyj, two fellow authors who are also super wonderful people. Elizabeth writes for middle grade readers up to young adults, and is the…
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a good secret
So I’ve been keeping a secret from you all, which is why I’ve not been posting here very much over the past little while. It’s a good secret, which made it even more difficult to keep. But now that the period of silence is at its end, I can happily announce that I am one…
The Windsor Small Press Book Fair was this past Saturday! I had a great time sharing a table with fellow authors Elizabeth J.M. Walker and Alexander Zelenyj! If you haven’t come across Alex or Elizabeth’s work before, you should definitely look them up. Not only are they super chill and thoughtful people, they are wonderful…
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windsor small press book fair
Hello Windsor-Essex/ Detroit friends! Are you looking for something to do this coming Saturday, April 13, 2019 (besides Record Store Day at Dr. Disc of course)? Check out Windsor Small Press Book Fair! From 11:00 am-4:00pm at 2320 Wyandotte St. W., this annual gathering of local publishers, authors, and creatives is a great place to…
2019 is happening!
It’s a new year! I mean, 2018 was pretty great. The Patch Project came out, I met a ton of cool people, and learned a whole other level of what it means to be a writer. But 2019 is happening, and I’m excited for what this year is going to bring. It’s also the first…