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Tag Archives: fauxpocalypse
Okay, this is a followup to my “X vs. Y” posts here and here. Utilizing a complex and technically inexplicable process of metamagical pseudoepistemological retrocognition, I have determined the optimum collection of archetypes to set against each other. Still not … Continue reading
As I’ve mentioned, I have reached the point in The Worms Of Heaven where I know what’s going to happen for the rest of the book, I just have to sit down and write it out. At points like this, … Continue reading
Fauxpocalypse is now available on Story Cartel for free. Story Cartel is a pretty good deal for both readers and writers. Authors put their work up on the site and readers can download them for free. There is no obligation … Continue reading
2013 was my first full year as a published author. It’s been an interesting year, and I learned a lot. Writing: I finished my second novel and started on my third. I think I’ve grown as a writer. I believe that … Continue reading
Well, this is it. Fauxpocalypse, a collection of original short fiction, went live on Amazon Kindle at noon today. This is the culmination of an idea that I had just about a year ago. Two ideas, really. The first was … Continue reading