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Hangin’ with the Thomas & Mercer crowd

Maybe there’s something particularly good about the deals Amazon’s Thomas & Mercer imprint is handing out to mystery and thriller writers. Continue reading

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Mystery Writers University

The Mystery Writers of America, of which I am a card-carrying member, are convening a thing they call MWA University today at the W Hotel in Seattle. I’ll be there at 8 AM, coffeed up and ready to learn from the masters and mistresses of the art. Continue reading

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The Art of Being Makah

Nytom, Makah artist. This guy could go to New York and sing opera while displaying his carvings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Continue reading

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Dinosaur Wars 3, done again!

The second draft of Dinosaur Wars: Blood On The Moon is dun. Correction: done. Continue reading

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War Stories

There are a few things you ought to know about me and my life experience before you judge my fitness to tell tales of war. Continue reading

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Kra Phylogeny

As time has progressed, fictional dinosaurs have gotten less slimy, less scaly, less cold blooded, and more feathery, more intelligent, and more dangerous in turn, up to and including wielding world-destroying power. Continue reading

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The Jihad Virus Revisited

I’ve just begun to revamp my third novel, The Jihad Virus for re-issue as an ebook. The reviews of the original were generally raves, although lack of good distribution by my former publisher kept it off the bestseller lists. This time around, maybe things will be different. Continue reading

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And the reviews are in!

It seems somebody out there likes Dinosaur Wars. The reviewers who ‘get’ Dinosaur Wars the best are those who understand it was intended to be a fun read and not something deeper, darker or horribly twisted. It’s an adventure story and lovers of adventures are chiming in that it suits their tastes just fine. Continue reading

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Dinosaur Wars Fan Art

In the science fiction genre, artwork produced by a story’s fans has a long history. I was delighted to discover that Dinosaur Wars has its share of fan-created art, as well. Continue reading

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Dinotopia, it’s not

James Gurney and his utopian dinosaurs are known throughout the world and have a zillion fans. My Dinosaur Wars stories and I are not so famous. But I’m working hard on this last bit, and I could use your help. Continue reading

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