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Sound of the Apocalypse

As you probably guessed, I spend an inordinate amount of time thinking about the apocalypse. Not because I’m plotting which building will be my Omega Man fortress in the event the entire population becomes a race of nocturnal mole people (Dallas Federal Reserve building – if it’s not locked) but because of my books. In all of that thinking, I’ve ... Read More »

20 Questions with John Lavan

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1. So, what’s your book all about? Familial: Selected Poems (http://apostrophebooks.com/familial) is a book of heartfelt poetry – from a father to his family. 2. What inspired you to write this tale? My son, Andrew, has Down’s Syndrome and he’s my muse. There’s not a lot of art created from a father’s perspective on family love. 3. Do you have ... Read More »

A Writer’s Space

While the 20 questions bit I did here was fun, I’ve decided to put it to rest.But, I still want to feature authors of all kinds, so I’ll be doing something new. Writing spaces have always fascinated me. Whether it’s the kitchen table or a hut in the wilderness, there is always something interesting and inspiring about the space in ... Read More »

My Writing Resolutions

A standing personal resolution that popped up year after year was to write a book. Having now done that, I’ve gotten full of myself and I want to write more. I wrote 6 titles in 2012. A couple of short stories, a couple of nonfiction, a novella and a novel. This year it’s all novels. I always plan too big ... Read More »

Using My Words – Change of Plans

One of the best parts about being a writer is that people expect you to be a little weird, quirky and drunk by noon. I had long since planned my next to be novel to the follow-up to Post-Apocalyptic Nomadic Warriors. I’ve got an outline and everything. But, whenever I got into it, it just didn’t seem right. For the ... Read More »

The Bulletproof Adventures of Damian Stockwell: Horror in Honduras

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I always enjoyed the pulp adventures from the 30’s—Doc Savage, The Shadow, Tarzan. They all had a simplicity that was just fun to read. Larger than life characters with a moral code. Fantastic gadgets with little basis in actual science. And, over the top adventure in every story. So little thinking and so much fun. Over the past year, I ... Read More »

Holy Crap, Free Book(s)

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Merry Christmas, everyone. To celebrate the holiday, I’m giving away Dumb White Husband vs. Santa for free for the next 5 days on Amazon. You can get it here.    Erik has planned the prefect Christmas for his young twins, but Christmas isn’t cooperating. With neighbors delivering fruit cakes and oddly shaped presents to wrap, his frustration mounts until “Santa” ... Read More »