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Category Archives: Reading
Today’s blog raises a question I don’t have an answer for: How much description is too much, and how little description is too little? When I write, I tend to be spare in regard to description. I think it’s largely … Continue reading
Cross-genre works have become increasingly popular in recent years. They’ve always been around; they aren’t a new phenomenon. However, in the past it often proved difficult to get a cross-genre work published. That was not due to any fault in … Continue reading
Recently I had the gratifying experience of having a friend read one of my books and being told that she found it hard to put down and that when she finished it, she couldn’t stop thinking about it. She asked … Continue reading
I admit it—I love time travel stories. I’ve even written one. My latest book, Deathright, isn’t just a time travel story, but time travel is definitely a big part of it. It was that love of time travel stories that … Continue reading