Found 220 search results for keyword: aug

Jun 21

Book Review: Sleepwalk With Me

Sleepwalk with Me: and Other Painfully True Stories by Mike Birbiglia Mike Birbiglia is a funny guy. I’ve heard him on “This American Life” a couple of times, and he’s a great comedian. He manages to make me laugh without resorting to racism, misogyny, or a surfiet of swear words, unlike many comedians. So when …

Continue reading »

Jun 08

Seeing Things, Part 11: paper books and cover design fallout

Dear Blog Friends, My right arm has been hurting for about a week, and I finally figured out why: Mouse Elbow.  Yup. Too much time with gimp.  So, I’m going to take a break from cover design for a while, even though (because) it is SO MUCH FUN now that I’ve figured out some of …

Continue reading »

Fiction

Esmerelda, the cutest chicken

    PARASITIC SOULS Fiona loves LA, but she loves her step-mom even more, so when she gets a call saying Carlotta isn’t acting like herself, Fiona drops everything to return to her old hometown. When Fiona arrives in the wine-country town of Clementine, she finds that her step-mom literally isn’t herself—someone else is looking …

Continue reading »

May 31

Book Review: Mockingbird

Mockingbird by Sean Stewart This book didn’t end as well as it started out, which is just as well, because if it did, it would have ripped a hole in the universe due to pure awesomeness. I picked it up because I so much enjoyed Stewart’s other book PERFECT CIRCLE, and this promised to be …

Continue reading »

May 18

Seeing Things, Part 7: Rewrite, Revise, Rinse, Repeat

Dear Blog Friends, If you just started reading now, you’re in the middle of the story, so I’ll recap.  Back in 2002, I wrote my first novel.  There’s a certain blissful moment only available to novice writers where you have written something and haven’t yet gained the skill to see how much work it needs. …

Continue reading »

Next page »

« Previous page