April 12, 2014 – I was at the Norwin Library near Irwin, PA signing and selling books, along with 19 other local authors.
September 27-28, 2013 – I attended the Context convention in Columbus, OH where I gave away three copies of Softlife in a drawing, took a couple of classes, and talked to several interesting people.
June 23, 2013 – I’ve begun uploading the files to Smashwords, Kindle Direct Publishing, and CreateSpace. Softlife will soon be available almost everywhere, as an ebook and as a trade paperback. (Well, don’t expect to see it on the shelves of a bookstore, but you should be able to order it anywhere.)
January 16, 2013 – I started taking voice lessons. We’ll see whether they improve my future filk recordings.
If you’ve read some of my other posts, you’ve probably figured out that I’m new to WordPress. I’ve had a website for years, but I’ve ditched it and built this new WordPress site instead. My old site had no blogging capability, and I never had a blog anywhere else (although I have posted on my …
I will actively, hands-on moderate all comments, so don’t be surprised when your comment doesn’t appear right away. The criterion for whether a comment is allowed is whether I think it’s appropriate. I don’t want comments that are wildly off-topic, are ads, are abusive, or are just plain too mean. I may not be as …
The Administrative category is to highlight my policies and any other details you might need to know about. I don’t expect there will be many entries here, but I wanted them to be easy to find.
The Various category is for, well, anything that doesn’t belong in some other category. I’m new to general blogging, so I’m not sure what I’ll wind up putting here. This category, and maybe other categories, are likely to evolve as I go along.
First thing to do is copy many of the news items from my previous website to here (but not all of them). So the next several posts in the News category will go back in time for years!
The News category is for posts about what I’ve been up to, mostly writing-related.