<strong>Fractured Fragment Friday: Simple, Age-Related Forgetfulness? Full-blown Dementia? Burglary? Or is Everything Really “Bugging Out”?</strong>
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Simple, Age-Related Forgetfulness? Full-blown Dementia? Burglary? Or is Everything Really “Bugging Out”?

In “Bugging Out” I was exploring a couple of disturbing observations about impermanence – the way that buildings seem to instantly appear (yes, I know they were probably being built for weeks and I just wasn’t paying attention) and also how common objects that I know I just saw a moment ago simply vanish (where … Continue reading

goals / writing

Writing Wednesday: Thinking Forward to 2021

Last Week’s Goals My blog entries all went out on time. I have all my currently available stories in market rotation, just to keep Heinlein happy. In marketing, I continue promoting with Indies Unlimited Thrifty Thursdays and Kindle Unlimited Fridays   every week.  “In a Flash” made another appearance with Choosy Bookworm, for another 50 … Continue reading

Fractured Fragment Friday: “Out of Place” (and a coupon!) (AND the Smashwords End of Year Sale!)
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Fractured Fragment Friday: “Out of Place” (and a coupon!) (AND the Smashwords End of Year Sale!)

Smashwords End of Year Sale is ON! To start off, I am participating in the Smashwords End of Year Sale, which runs today, December 18th, through January 1st. All of my collections, plus Swordsmaster, are available on Smashwords at 50% off!!! You can find Smashwords links to all my participating EBooks HERE on my Current … Continue reading

Fractured Fragment Friday: RELEASE DAY for Close Encounters of the Weird Kind!!!
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Fractured Fragment Friday: RELEASE DAY for Close Encounters of the Weird Kind!!!

Here we are, at infamous BLACK FRIDAY (when people finish being THANKFUL and rush to get theirs – such a contradiction…) This is also the release day for my latest collection of stories!!! Close Encounters of the Weird Kind is a collection of twenty-one speculative fictions. Within these pages are twenty-one short fictions involving meetings … Continue reading