Monthly Archives: July 2019

Cover Reveal: Aluminum Leaves

And here it is. Since the title is “Aluminum Leaves,” I really like the color of the font, and the font itself. It’s got a nice weathered-industrial look to it which does fit the story. And I love that book! … Continue reading

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ReaderCon 30; The Best and the Rest

Everything that was good about ReaderCon30 would be a long, long list. The convention is held at the Boston Marriott in Quincy, (which might be why I was confused for a while and thought I was going to Boston). It’s … Continue reading

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The First Part of the Journey

We’re riding along in an older residential section of Quincey, Massachussetts, on our way to the Marriott. Ed, our Uber driver, is diligently following the directions from his GPS. We drive along a narrow street lined with various ethnics diners … Continue reading

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4:10 AM

(I wrote this in June, and forgot to post it.) At 4:10 am it’s still dark. It’s quiet, the quietest it gets during the entire day. All the neighborhood dogs are asleep. The house no longer creaks and pops as … Continue reading

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ReaderCon 2019!

I will be on my way tomorrow to Quincey, Massachusetts for the annual book-based speculative fiction convention ReaderCon. I’ve never been before, but I’m going with Terry Weyna, who has attended a few times. The program is jammed with wonderful … Continue reading

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Aluminum Leaves: Where You Can Get It

Here are The Deets, or at least the ones I have: Aluminum Leaves, a Broken Cities Novella, will be available from Falstaff Books on August 1, 2019. It will be for sale on Amazon, both hard-copy and electronic. Since it … Continue reading

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