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Working on the paperback

I’m using CreateSpace to do the paperback version of Premium Mixed Nuts. As part of the review process, they show you a 3-D picture of your book. Pretty cool. Anyway, I’m almost done. I think. Advertisements

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My Anthology is now on Amazon

Did it! Premium Mixed Nuts – An Anthology is now available on Amazon. And, for those who like to shop elsewhere, this Books2Read link will take you to other vendors who have it. Now I’m working on getting the paperback … Continue reading

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One Step Closer

NOLA Nights is finished. Now I’m trying to get my head around e-publishing. Amazon has an easy-peasy way, but it ties you into them exclusively. Draft2Digital lets you go through a bunch of vendors, including Amazon. More research and thought required. … Continue reading

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Deleted Scenes

Sometimes, to make a story work, you have to cut something you like. In movies, those things ended on the cutting room floor, and nobody ever saw them. Then came DVD’s, and gluttons for punishment could revel in 21-seconds of … Continue reading

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Pandora

“Pandora doesn’t live here anymore.” That’s what the hand-written note said, and I couldn’t blame her. The door it was tacked to, and the wall on both sides, looked like they’d been hit by a flamethrower. The seconds piled up … Continue reading

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Bookmaking

The mystery is complete! It’s titled Fatal Harmony now. Next up, I want to put the finished stories into a book. So far I’ve come up with a few titles and covers for the anthology.    Revision is the name … Continue reading

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It’s a Mystery

  I hate classical music, so fortunately for me the concert was cut short halfway through the William Tell Overture—sadly, so was the conductor’s life. I hurried toward the stage and flashed my badge. “Detective Ryan Harding. Everyone please remain … Continue reading

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