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Review of Kill By Numbers

I just came across this again, right when I needed it. Family life has been complicated, lately, and I’m finding it impossible to concentrate and write. So it’s a gift to read this review right now. “It’s tough to be … Continue reading

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Off to StokerCon!

In the morning, I’m off to my first StokerCon.  This year it’s taking place on the Queen Mary in Long Beach, California. On Friday, April 28, I’ll be reading in the Wedding Chapel at 1PM. Joining me will be Sumiko Saulsen. I going … Continue reading

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A little bit morbid

Tonight I’ve been invited to meet with the Science Fiction Book Club at Borderlands Books.  They’ve read The Dangerous Type and we’re going to discuss it.  I am terrified.  What if they don’t like it?  What if they’re mean to … Continue reading

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Why I dedicated Kill By Numbers to Brian

Brian Thomas and I met when I was still in high school, at a meeting of the Flint Area Writers Club. Brian was a storyteller, full of adventure and fun. I was – and continue to be – in awe of … Continue reading

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Raena’s Foremothers: Alice

One of the primary physical models for Raena Zacari in my space opera novels was Alice in the Resident Evil movies. At 5’9″, Milla Jovovich is much taller than Raena, but her slender dancer’s body is the perfect equivalent. Jovovich studied … Continue reading

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