The Story So Far
- Endless Summer, Out in One Week!
- Misha Burnett’s Endless Summer Kickstarter Fulfilled + Retail Pre-Order
- Haunted Yuletide
- Lab Day
- Taking Advertising for Winter and 2021!
- Florida Man
- You Can Do Anything In A Game (But You Can’t Do That)
- Strange Days Waiting: The stories of Endless Summer
- This is how you run an RPG, people.
- Reminder: Misha Burnett’s Endless Summer — Coming Soon!
More Of The Same
What I Write About
What I Also Write About
- 3-D artwork
- All On The Same Page
- Beta Readers
- Book Of Lost Doors
- Cannibal Hearts.
- Catskinner's Book
- character interview
- disaster relief
- Don't do this
- Donald Westlake
- G. K. Chesterton
- Gingerbread Wolves
- Mark Knopfler
- Matt Archer
- M C Escher
- Mental illness
- pulp revival
- Read Tuesday
- science fiction
- Secret Project F
- short story anthology
- streaming television
- Tom Lichtenberg
- WKRP in Cincinnati
- work in progress
- Worms Of Heaven
Virtual Book Signing!
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Tag Archives: Mental illness
I have a life-long history of mental illness. I spent a lot of time in therapy over the years and have managed to learn behaviours which compensate to the extent that I am able to hold down a job and … Continue reading
I ramble about Old Buildings, New Wave, Borrowed Concepts, and Blue Movies on the Castalia House blog.
This past weekend I went to Springfield, Missouri. It’s on the opposite corner of the state from my home in St. Louis, but Missouri is one of those medium size states in the middle of the country. It takes me … Continue reading
While I finished what is technically my fourth novel a year ago, more and more I am thinking of The Book Of Lost Doors as one big story in four acts. I didn’t set out for it to be that, … Continue reading
My talent for writing has done me very little good in my life. It’s sad, but it’s true. People have told me that they have gotten a lot of pleasure out of my writing, and that makes me happy to … Continue reading
Conic-section-like, the generative act yields as many exploded views as one is willing to slice it, with the whole (if such a word can be said to have any meaning) of the process is defined by the lack of choice … Continue reading
Recently I have seen a fair amount of content regarding the laws passed in a couple of states that will permit business owners to use their own judgement in the designation of restrooms rather than forcing all bathrooms to designated … Continue reading
This past weekend I went to a science fiction convention. The title of the post isn’t entirely accurate–I was physically present in the hotel where the convention was held. However, despite the stated reason for the convention’s existence, I did … Continue reading
It’s the middle of February and I haven’t begun another novel. I’m okay with that. Writing The Book Of Lost Doors was a lot of work. Looking back at it now, with a little distance, I can see that I … Continue reading