Tag Archives: Peyton McKean

Publishing The Jihad Virus

By next weekend, I think I’ll be ready to announce that The Jihad Virus is available to the public! Continue reading

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Updating The Jihad Virus Cover

How horrific it would be, if international terrorists released a new and deadly genetically altered form of the smallpox virus! Continue reading

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The Jihad Virus Under Re-Construction

Call in Dr. Peyton McKean, “The Greatest Mind Since Sherlock Holmes.” Continue reading

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Symbolism of The Raven

Edgar Allan Poe isn’t the only one to use the dark symbolism of the Raven in his writings. This inky harbinger of death and evil has been a perennial favorite of storytellers for centuries, if not millennia. So, can you … Continue reading

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The Neah Virus – Published!

The Neah Virus tells of a deadly new virus that arises on the Makah Indian Reservation, killing non-Native Americans but leaving Makahs untouched. Continue reading

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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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Work work workity work

I’ve been reformatting and revising my first science fiction novel, Dinosaur Wars: Earthfall, in preparation for issuing it as a non-ebook Continue reading

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The Ghost Trees published–again

I got the inspiration for this story while hiking in the North Cascade National Park, when I was struck by the ghostly quality of the face chopped on this stump by a woodsman’s ax. 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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Help me judge my book’s new cover

How about this book cover? I’d love to get some opinions before it’s published. Continue reading

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