To this point in my life, I'd considered being placed on a list generally to be a bad thing! Now that I'm writing, it has a whole different connotation. The way that THE PHLEBOTOMIST, now nearly four months in the world, has been received has touched my heart and I am so profoundly happy that … Continue reading End of Year Lists, Lists, Lists
Month: December 2020
LITCAST OF DOOM
Best podcast name ever? I joined Roni Gosch on her podcast to talk about writing and books and process, etc. We got off on lots of little sidetracks, including Twilight, CGI dogs, cynicism and Star Wars, and 1976's The Shaggy D.A. It's a quick ninety minutes. Lol. Chris on Litcast of Doom.
Debuting During the Worst Year Ever, Awards Eligibility, and Book Bloggers!
Far in advance of the release of my debut novel in September, I did all the things you're supposed to do to promote visibility to make the book a success. I began setting up readings and signings, trying to get onto con panels, etc. Then the pandemic hit. Funny how timing works. The week before … Continue reading Debuting During the Worst Year Ever, Awards Eligibility, and Book Bloggers!
The Skin of Aquila Cadens
I've got a new short story up at Metaphorosis about an audacious plan to save humanity and a scientist who must cope with failure twenty-five light years from home. This is a purely sci-fi story, so not my usual spooky flash-fare, but there is some dreaminess to it. I hope you enjoy it. A scientist … Continue reading The Skin of Aquila Cadens