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The Dark and Dangerous Road – Chapters 9 – 12

Hello folks! Finally! I managed to get some differing opinions from the group on how to proceed. Does that mean it will be easy to stump them going forward? No way. I'm realizing it's actually quite difficult to balance the choices enough to get people to...

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Quote from today’s writing…

Calories weren’t gonna be spilling off the grocery store shelves anymore. And that was just fine by him. People had gone soft. Too much comfort and convenience. Not anymore.

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The Dark and Dangerous Road – Chapters 5 – 8

Hello folks! And the adventure continues with four chapters of action and intrigue. I originally ended at chapter 7 feeling happy with how the story was developing and then I realized I'd completely forgotten to end at a story fork. No problem, just needed...

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The Dark and Dangerous Road – Chapters 3 and 4

Chapters 3 and 4 are out! The Oday Way group has read through them and decided on the next course of action. You can find the options and what they chose at the end. Tap the link below to check out the group. TAP HERE TO GO TO FB GROUP Last week's story...

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Live Reading of TDDR – Chapters 1 and 2

I did a live broadcast on FaceBook where I read the first two chapters of The Dark and Dangerous Road. There were a few other crazy things that happened including an appearance from the ever-helpful Comment Dog. You can check it out below... [youtube...

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The Dark and Dangerous Road – Chapters 1 and 2

Hello folks! Here are the first two chapters of a radical experiment in collaboration where readers get to decide what happens next. It's a post-apocalyptic story of survival and more. The more part will unfold as the readers and I continue to co-create it...

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Join me to create a story together…

Ever thought about doing more than reading the story? How about helping to create the story? I’m talking about collaborative storytelling! Here’s the overview. I’m going to write a story with a new chapter coming out every week. Each chapter will end with a few...

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Entertaining words from The Sell More Books Show…

In perhaps my proudest moment as an indie author, the book description for Bigfoot, Big Heart was performed live on the Sell More Books Show Podcast! Here's the clip... (This isn't an actual story. Folks that listen to the show should get a kick out of it. Heck, it's...

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How I grade my writing…

Do you grade yourself at your job? People do that all the time, right? I know I do. Usually, I do said grading in the comfortable privacy of my mind. It's cozy in there! But today, I'm going to pull that process out and show it to the world. Don't worry, it's strictly...

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New cover with a cute baby chimp!

The new cover for The Fragile Hope, book 3 in the Edge of Survival series, is new and improved with a cute BABY CHIMPANZEE on it. And it's wearing a diaper! I mean, even terrifying Post Apocalyptic worlds need cute, diaper-wearing, baby chimpanzees. It's almost a rule...

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Free books and win a Kindle Paperwhite…

Want a chance to win a free Kindle Paperwhite? Well, it's easy. Check out the below link to choose how many times you want to enter the drawing. The winner will be chosen at the end of October and the prize delivered thereafter. TAP HERE Interested in a bevy of free...

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Sole Chaos cover reveal!

Putting together a book is kind of like packaging a jar of Extra Creamy Spiffy Peanut Butter. First, you need to create the best version possible of the peanut butter you're selling. I do my best to make my stories extra smooth and creamy so that they don't crack a...

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Big changes to one of my book series…

I'm thrilled to shout out about some big changes happening to The Last Peak series! THE BIG PICTURE: Several months ago, I took a hard look at both of my apocalyptic series to see if the branding was the best it could be. Branding is a fancy marketing term for the...

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Quote from today’s writing…

The man’s beard parted where his mouth hung open.That was a good sign.But the real note of progress showed in his eyes.The fear.The submission.“I’ll ask you again, what’s your name?”“Alexei Volkov,” the man replied with a wincing eye on the side with the missing...

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Quote from today’s writing…

Charlie had been tying knots since the age of three and he knew twice as many as any mortal man. He knew the best ones for building spring traps. He knew the best ones for stretching hides. And he knew the best ones for keeping an impressively strong man tied to a...

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