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Novel Overload Coming Soon

I am finding my self fast approaching an avalanche of novel projects happening all at the same time. Of course, my other work isn’t going to be lessening anytime soon, so this should be an interesting juggling act. In the end, I will have three completed novels ready for publication. First, I’m trying to finish
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The Way of Shadows by Brent Weeks

This week, while trying not to breath or move or cough, I listened to A Way of Shadows by Brent Weeks. It’s Book 1 in The Night Angel Trilogy. When I first snagged this book from Audible, I thought it was a YA fantasy. It soon became apparent that it wasn’t. Instead, it is a
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Review: Sad Puppies Bite Back Book and Audiobook

Disclaimer: I cleaned up the audio files for the audiobook and I have a small part in it. The cover was the only part I played in the creation of the book. I have to say, I like the audiobook version better than the book version. Why? Because, Declan’s reading adds to the hilarity of
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Fighting Like A Girl

Yikes! It’s December. How’d that happen? Almost another year gone and still no finished book to speak of. Ah, well. Soon my pretties, soon. Yes, I’ve been saying that for years, but I mean it this time. I’ve gotten feedback from several alpha readers. There are plot and character issues I need to fix before
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Just Tired

For the past few months I have been working from the time I get up in the morning until I go to bed at night and sometimes when I’m sleeping. (Yeah, don’t ask.) I’m about worn out. My back hurts from putting furniture together and moving boxes and totes of office supplies and clothes at
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Giving Thanks

It’s another holiday. Oh yay. I don’t get too excited about holidays anymore, because frankly my dogs don’t give a crap what day it is. And since I spend most holidays with just them, I usually work. And by work, I mean sit around and catch up on my reading or write or draw. Nothing
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Freedom is lost, but not forgotten. In 2040s America, civility is prized above truth, conformity above free expression, and “green” living above basic human needs. Most have given up, too busy trying to survive in a country where life is cheap and necessities are scarce. Yet even in the midst of drudgery and despair, unbroken
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As usual, I tortured an advanced copy of this book out of Declan. (Okay, so I nagged him. Same thing.) You may recall, I reviewed his previous book, It Was Only On Stun, back in February. That one was extremely fast paced with tons of history and geek references. This one is a toned down
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