Writing was the fun part. Publishing was nerve-racking. Marketing was and still is a necessary evil. But the work that nearly made me lose my sanity the battle for an audio book. In celebration of my first victory in this arena, I share my spoils of war. Hopefully, more than one fellow-traveler will find it
The Mythopoetic Society accepted Circle of Dragons for publication (stay tuned), and also extended an invitation to speak. Honored. Below is a link to the paper presented at the mid-winter online conference on the topic of MacDonald’s novel -Lilith (1895). MacDonald’s tale of vampirism has within it a story that can, and should, eclipse Bram
May a fellow creative or two find hope from my small candle in the publishing labyrinth.
While neither Tolkien nor Lewis ever met George MacDonald, Lewis adored him and Tolkien abhorred him. He grew on me … but no one finished his books that I lent out. In fact, no one seemed to get past chapter one.
Dear Reader, There is a group of young literary nerds that meets twice a month in Dallas. They read Shakespeare to one another voicing all the parts. It is a small thing but it makes me smile. To crave the classics now is to be counter-cultural and fringe. Yet, in this crass digital age, a
I prefer pencil and paper yet I’m told I must go online and self-promote. Should I then presume? And how should I begin? I am fairly boring as humans go, easily overlooked –middle-aged and greying, shut up at home eating marmalade on toast washed down by cups of tea. I write looking out my eastern
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