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Writing About Writing

Aside from interviewing authors, I’ve really tried to stay away from writing about writing on this blog. Even then I’ve tried to focus on the creativity side of things as that’s the part I most enjoy. The topics of writing and e-book marketing are...

One Year as an Indie

So it’s been a year. This time last year I put my first book out into the world and begged you all to read it. Since then, it’s turned into one of the best years of my life for reasons I expected and for many more that I never saw coming. So, here it is. A look back...

Dumb White Husband.com

I can’t thank you all enough for the reception you have given the Dumb White Husband short stories. They’re a ton of fun to write and I’m thrilled that everyone seems to enjoy them so much. I get a lot of emails asking for more stories and you can rest assured that...

Why I Love Twitter

I’ve just released a short to guide to Twitter for authors. The guide is really specific to how authors and individuals can brand themselves using the social network so, I didn’t get much into why I personally love Twitter. But, I thought I’d mention that here. I’m...

I Love Smoking

I love smoking. Truly love it. Sure, maybe it’s the addiction talking but it also gives me a reason to step away from my desk every now and then. It also gives me something to do in traffic besides hate other drivers for no valid reason. But, apparently, it...

Beware the Ides

The March newsletter releases today. In it you will find the first two installments of The Bulletproof Adventures of Damian Stockwell, a serial novel of extreme adventure.      You’ll also get updates on the state of DumbWhiteHusband.com (it’s close, so very close)...

Marketing Like a Punk

I don’t usually like to talk about ebooks here. But, I wrote this for another blog a while back and kind of like the analogy so I thought I’d share my perspective on marketing books in the eworld. I grew up listening to punk music. It started with Minor Threat and the...

I’m a Little Uncomfortable

I’m not too warm or too cool. Nothing is riding up…places. It’s not a physical thing; it’s just a general sense of discomfort. I’ve put myself in this situation and, what’s more, I did it on purpose. At first it seems that making myself uncomfortable...