Good question and I kind of rambling answer it in a new essay on the New England Speculative Writer’s page. Continue reading “Why Do I Write?”
Today is the last day for kindle worlds and books are already being removed. Continue reading “And It’s Over… Goodbye Kindle Worlds”
With the approaching end to Kindle Worlds, and the inability to continue to publish to it, I thought I’d start sharing some of the various unfinished concepts I had been working on. I’m starting with my favorite G.I. Joe family, the Stalls. Continue reading “G.I. Joe Kindle Worlds Unfinished Concepts – My Brother’s Keeper”
Amazon has announced, with letters sent to the property owners and authors, that they are shutting down Kindle Worlds. This is especially sad for me as that is where I got my start with publishing my writing. Continue reading “Goodbye Kindle Worlds”
I’ve been silent for awhile and that needs to change. I’ve been silent but very busy. Continue reading “What I’m Doing..”
My latest work for G.I. Joe is up on Kindle Worlds. Continue reading “The Next G.I. Joe Kindle Worlds Novella Is Available”
I have a couple events coming up this summer that I’m excited about. Continue reading “Upcoming Events – June/August 2016”
Another week has come and gone and there was some movement on projects but sadly, not that much. Continue reading “The Week In Writing 03/18/16”
This may be weekly, it may be bi-weekly, it may never happen again but I thought it would be interesting to kind of track what I did throughout the week on the various projects. What I worked on, what I started, etc… Continue reading “The Week In Writing 03/11/2016”
Recently Hasbro ran a contest where four authors from the G.I. Joe Kindle Worlds were in competition with each other to get one of their creations made into an upcoming action figure. I was honored to be one of the four authors chosen and submitted Blackjack (I wish I had gotten Pipeline Panic out in time, because would have submitted Icicle instead but…). All four of us authors were supportive of each other. We each wanted to win, of course, but we worked together to promote the contest and each other’s characters.
Out of that was born, at the suggestion of Jim Beard, a project that all four of us would work on. That was how G.I. Joe – Legacy was born. Legacy is a story told in four parts, each part written by one of the authors and using the character from the contest. It spans decades. It will be told over four months, each month bringing a new part.
The first part G.I. Joe: Legacy: Adventure Team Marcus by Jim Beard has been out since the beginning of January.
Bill Nedrow just released part two, G.I. Joe: Legacy: Stiletto.
And Justin Bell is hard at work on part three.
That leaves me with part four, bringing it altogether. It’s an interesting challenge and one I hope I’m up for. I do know that it’ll be hard to live up to what these three fine authors have laid out. I hope when it’s my turn that I do them justice.