Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Value of Friends


Every writer has a resource he or she desperately needs to utilize, friends. An addition set of eyes, especially if those eyes can view your manuscript with the mindset of a fan is beyond price Every dedication page of every … Continue reading

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A Slight Case of Death


This is what I put together as an example of the opening credits sequence for A Slight Case of Death. Two funding campaigns have been started to see if the web series can actually be created. Kickstarter is at: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/952237481/a-slight-case-of-deathContinue reading

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Expanding the market


If you have spent any time at all watching current television programing and if you are an experienced writer you, like me have been rather disappointed in what constitutes plot development these days. One of the reasons for this is … Continue reading

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Hair of the Dog


This is the cover for the fourth book in my noir fantasy series, The Tony Mandolin Mysteries. Yes, some think Jim Butcher has that genre sew up with the Dresden Files, but there are several writers who came before that, … Continue reading

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