Monthly Archives: April 2015

Final Tally

All things considered, not bad for the first time out. Hey, I’m in a photo! That’s me under the red arrow. I feel like Mike Wazowski. The guy I’m talking to didn’t buy anything.

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Met & Greeted

It was great fun getting to see and talk with a bunch of wonderful folks at the Meet & Greet yesterday. Thanks to everyone who came out – authors, support team and guests! One of the authors posted this “class … Continue reading

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April 25th Meet & Greet – Who’s Gonna Be Where

Unless things change (again) here’s a lay-of-the-land for tomorrow’s Meet & Greet event. After weeks of thinking we knew what we were doing, yesterday I discovered that I’d made a mistake regarding the size of the tables. They’re 6′-0″, not 60″, … Continue reading

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Bookmark Printing Issues – Shazam! Fixed!

There was a problem with the bookmarks I got on the 18th. I called Uprinting in Van Nuys, California. They took care to understand and correct the issue, re-printed the bookmarks AND delivered them in time for tomorrow’s Meet & … Continue reading

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Clarice James – Double Header News

The following appeared in Publishers Weekly this week. Congratulations to my bride! Indie House To Publish Jerry Jenkins Contest Winners By Ann Byle |Apr 22, 2015 The Jerry Jenkins Writers Guild announced the top three winners in its annual Operation … Continue reading

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Out of the Storm – A Graphic Synopsis

There is something for everyone in Out of the Storm. See for yourself. Oh, and today the additional copies arrived, right on time. Thank you, Lynellen at Chalfont House / Hope Springs Books!

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Fence Mending

A recent Geico ad always makes me think of Adam Caine, my character in Fence Mending. He’s a loner. And a loner’s gotta be alone. And words can hurt. Adam’s not quite the same, though.

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