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Monthly Archives: August 2019
5 Questions for Ellie Sharrow
My relationship with Ellie Sharrow goes a long way back. She taught the only Creative Writing classes in my high school. I took her class, did independent study with her, and was lucky enough to “student teach” one of her … Continue reading →
Recovering from the Silicon Valley Comic Con
Wow. I’ve never worked a 3-day stint in a dealers room before and I’d never been to a comic con, so last weekend was a real education. To start with, the cosplay was a whole lot more fun than I … Continue reading →
5 Questions for E.J. Stevens
I “met” E.J. Stevens through the Occult Detective Quarterly Facebook page when she was looking for reviews of her audiobook for Frostbite: An Ivy Granger Psychic Detective Prequel Story. E.J. Stevens is the award-winning author of the Ivy Granger, Psychic … Continue reading →
Silicon Valley Comic Con – tomorrow!
Tomorrow (Friday, August 16) I’ll be down at the Silicon Valley Comic Con in San Jose, California, selling books in Artists Alley at Booth 21A. I’ll have discounted copies of Lost Angels (the sequel will be out in October), as … Continue reading →
5 Questions for Dana Fredsti
Dana Fredsti and I go way back. She wrote about Forest Lawn and her love for zombie movies in Death’s Garden, my first book about cemeteries. She wrote about surfing, ghost hunting, and working at a big cat rescue for … Continue reading →