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Literary Agents as Idiots

I was running over a several considerations the other day and came to the unshakable conclusion that I have yet to find a single literary agent capable of functioning in polite society, much less competent to do little more than … Continue reading

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Tony Mandolin 3 book cover

San Francisco’s only PI with an eye into the supernatural is having one of those months. His bad move drives him to his local pub where he encounters his latest client, a Leprechaun who’s lost his adopted niece, a runaway … Continue reading

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Beginning a Story

I had one of those moment when the voices begin talking. Every writer has them. Ususally, in my experience, either the timing is wrong or there isn’t anything to write down what is ‘heard’. This time is different. Besides my … Continue reading

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Keeping it “fresh”

There is a catchphrase in the literary agent world, and yes, even though it is only one word, it is indeed a phrase due to its usage, fresh. If we were able to compile every work of fiction going back … Continue reading

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