Who’s Reality is it Anyway?

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In the middle of writing my time travel series, WILTON’S GOLD (Amazon Kindle), I had the opportunity to visit the National Museum of American History at the Smithsonian. I was standing in front of General George Washington’s uniform that he wore during the American Revolution and a wave of emotion hit me. I realized that had the man that wore that uniform… Read more »

Challenges of Writing Time Travel

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Now that the WILTON’S GOLD time travel series is “out there,” (Writer’s Edge Publishing – Kindle | Nook) and being read, and as people ask me questions about my writing process, it’s been interesting to take a look back at what the challenges were in writing the trilogy. Time travel is a different kind of animal, and I tell anyone… Read more »

Wilton’s Gold Covers Reveal!

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I cannot explain how exciting it is to be only weeks away from my time travel series, WILTON’S GOLD, being launched by Writer’s Edge Publishing! Manuscripts have been edited, edited again, and delivered back to the publisher, and are now simply going through the formatting process. Over four years of my life spent working on this series, and over twenty… Read more »

Excitement about Revisiting BTTF in 2015

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Yesterday, all over social media was a video of world-famous skateboarder Tony Hawk riding a successfully-conceived hoverboard. For Back to the Future fans of my own intensity, our jealousy in this matter knows no bounds. Check it out here: As I wrote my time travel series, WILTON’S GOLD, due out in December from Writer’s Edge Publishing, and later pitched it… Read more »

Inside the mind of Elmore Leonard’s researcher

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I recently submitted a short story for possible inclusion in an upcoming anthology that will be dedicated to the writing and style of the late Elmore Leonard. Leonard (GET SHORTY, RUM PUNCH, OUT OF SIGHT) has long been my favorite author and in many ways the inspiration for my own style of writing. Especially in the crime writing I’ve done (including… Read more »

Like to poke holes in science fiction? Take Princess Elsa’s advice

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A former colleague of mine, every time Star Wars was mentioned (which, since I was in the office, was pretty often) would automatically go into a diatribe that he can’t get into the movie because there’s no sound in space. That the entire saga was ruined for him because he couldn’t get over the fact that TIE fighters and the Millennium Falcon… Read more »