Tag Archives: Smashwords

Time of Grace Preorder and Cover Reveal

Last month I did an in-depth Q&A over at Smashwords. I really enjoyed putting some of my thoughts down about the writing process, self-publishing matters, and upcoming books. I keep adding to the interview—feel free to check it out here! … Continue reading

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Marking St. Patrick’s

As I mentioned in a previous post on this blog, I don’t ever do much for St. Patrick’s, but I usually find myself in a celebratory mood anyway because of the coming of spring. The fruit trees are blossoming madly … Continue reading

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Bob Mayer speaks up

Bob Mayer, whom I mentioned in my last post, wrote this great new blog post today–very blunt, very scintillating–about the nasty divide that’s opened up between traditionally pubbed authors and indie authors, each claiming their turf and saying their way … Continue reading

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August Update

Well, August has been a busy month (chatting with other writers on Twitter especially), and I’m horrified to see that I haven’t blogged all month. This is very bad. 🙂 My next book for review is an intriguing read that … Continue reading

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‘The Leaving’ Now Available on Kindle…and Other Book News

I’m very happy to announce that my novel The Leaving is now available in the Kindle Store! Priced at $2.99, it’s the story of an adolescent brother and sister in 1980s Dublin. While older sibling Stevie navigates his sexuality (and his life) … Continue reading

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‘The Leaving’ debuts on Smashwords

The Leaving, my first novel, is a coming-of-age story set in Dublin and has had a strange history: I started writing it at grad school at S.F. State in the late eighties (so it can officially be called an ’80s … Continue reading

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