Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Ghost of a Chance?

I’m proud to announce that my new Peyton McKean mystery, “The Ghost Trees” is finished and it’s been sent for consideration by the editors of one of the prominent mystery magazines. It will appear soon, either on paper or as an ebook. Continue reading

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In Search of Lost Souls

I only wish I could time warp back to Chief Seattle’s village to see and hear the phenomenon that has since been called the Shamanic Odyssey or the Soul Recovery Ceremony. Continue reading

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Enter the Shaman

I’ll be discussing some interesting shamanistic tidbits from Northwest Native American culture at the Paranormal Fair next Sunday, April 24, at the Norwescon science fiction convention in SeaTac, Washington. Continue reading

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Jurassic Park it’s not

Boy, I sure would like to see these big, bad, birdy beasties made into a movie. Hollywood, are you paying attention? Continue reading

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