Monthly Archives: July 2021

Open Mike: What to Read, What to Read?

This month I did two author reads, and I have one scheduled for early next month. As Comeuppance Served Cold draws closer to publication, I plan (or at least hope) to do more personal author readings. This leads to the … Continue reading

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About That Travel Bar Kit…

Here it is. In this photo, it has three bottles of booze in it already (not included; must purchase separately). It comes with the bar tools featured. From left to right, they include: Juicer Foil cutter/bottle opener Zester Some fancy … Continue reading

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Short Takes

I have been to the mountain… No, not really, no mountain. I did see a final version of my cover art though, which I will be able to share soon. (“Soon” is an unquantified word, so I have no idea … Continue reading

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July 25, Open Mike Online at FOGCon

On Sunday, July 25th, from 5 pm to 7:30 pm, FOGCon is hosting another online author event. Claire Light, AKA Jadie Jang, and Nancy Jane Moore will read from their newly published works. Additionally, FOGcon is reprising their Rapid Reads, … Continue reading

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Story Hour

Story Hour was energizing and fun! From the Facebook Link you can get the archive, and see the reading if you missed it. I loved listening to Can Wiggins and her three hill-country women, avenging a callous death by reaching … Continue reading

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The Trope of the ELM

I’m currently reading a science fiction adventure novel. I’m at about the halfway point. Yesterday, reading a tense, high-action sequence involving a number of the characters, I was struck hard with how much the story relies on the Exceptional Lone … Continue reading

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