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"Five At Table" Now Available at Amazon and Smashwords

Posted in News on Apr 19, 2012

My latest book, Five At Table, is now available at both Amazon and Smashwords. It's available from these places for the regular price of $2.99, but, there's still time to purchase it directly from me for the special price of just $1, as described in my previous Early Release post.

 

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Early Release - Five At Table

Posted in News on Apr 13, 2012

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I just finished the final edits from the last of my wonderful beta/proofreaders last night, and after giving the tweaked ending one more reading this morning, I decided to go ahead and release Five At Table, the sequel to Holding On.

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David and Gun have been together for nearly two years, and 'married', at least in their own eyes, More

Journey's End is Published!

Posted in News on Mar 23, 2012

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Yes, the 'journey' I started almost exactly three years ago is finally over. What started as a single book idea fictionalizing the journals of Henri Mouhut has come to an finish with Journey's End, which is now available on both Amazon and Smashwords.

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The Journey Is Almost Ending

Posted in News, Work In Progress on Mar 14, 2012

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Yes, friends, the "Journeys" series is almost at an end. I finished the third and final book, Journey's End a few weeks ago and it's now available for purchase from Smashwords and Amazon (see the book page for links).

To celebrate this achievement, and for those of you who haven't read one or More

Are Writers Getting Lazy?

Posted in News on Jan 25, 2012

It's not often - in fact I think this is the first time - that I actually write about writing, except when updating you on my works in progress. But some recent discussions over on Goodreads about a book I've reviewed have got me thinking about writing in general, and specifically the state of writing in today's increasingly ebook-dominated world.

Since making the switch to reading ebooks more than six months ago, I've been doing a More

What's Up - January 2012

Posted in News, Work In Progress on Jan 16, 2012

I haven't written much about what I'm up to lately, mainly because I haven't written much. It's not the usual excuse of the holidays, since I stayed in Bangkok for them. No, what's kept me busy is moving, and being sick. Funny how that happened. I signed the lease one day, then celebrated with a bowl of yakisoba at my favorite noodle shop, which gave me a bad case of food poisoning.

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Now Available - Holding On

Posted in News on Dec 18, 2011

I've started the process of publishing my latest story, Holding On. It's now available in all popular ebook formats on Smashwords, and for Kindle on Amazon.

As a special introductory offer, you can use the coupon code CP78X at Smashwords to receive 50% off your purchase. The offer is valid until 25 December. Books make More

Coming Soon - Holding On

Posted in News on Dec 12, 2011

I'm back at work on my contemporary younger/older, Thai/American D/s story, in what I think are my final changes. I think I may have it ready for a release before Christmas. I've been through a few titles for this book - "Deconstructing David" and "Claiming David" among them - but I think I've settled on Holding More

My Soggy Life

Posted in News on Nov 12, 2011

For those that are interested in what's going on in Bangkok right now, I've posted several pictures of my flooded neighborhood taken in the last week over at my travel journal.
 
 

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Beta Readers Wanted for Deconstructing David

Posted in News, Work In Progress on Sep 27, 2011

I've more or less finished the first draft of my latest book, which I'm calling "Deconstructing David", at least for now. As it stands, the book is right at 41,000 words, or about 120 pages if it was a printed book.

The story is told from the point of view of David, a 40-something American living in Bangkok, and facing something of a mid-life crisis. After more than a dozen years living in Thailand, he has More

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