There’s a visual pun here, but I’ll let you figure it out.
Right. This week. Busy one. Getting ready for Emerald City Comic-Con coming up next week, and I’ve got a number of things to get done before that.
First off is a story called “Chunked” which just went out to an anthology, though […]
Trying to keep up with regular posting. Also trying to make it a habit to include some visual stimuli (almost always taken from my own photos because c’mon, this isn’t hard) to fire multiple brain lobes. The above taken in The Serpentarium in Lodi, CA a couple weeks back.
Work continues on revising “Chunked” […]
So here’s what I had to teach to my user dictionary over the course of writing BLUE HIGHWAY. Apparently I break the rules, according to Microsoft. Some of these are understandable. Some are just baffling.
Trying something new. Back when I blogged and it was considered cool (hahaha) in the early 2000s, I got tagged in a couple things (mostly comics stuff). I mean, this was back when I was on Blogspot which was basically forever ago. But I saw Andrea was looking for tagees, so I volunteered.
You can […]
Because a couple asked about it.
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It’s not really in order. Deal.
THE ROAD WARRIOR/MAD MAX
Immediate and visceral impact on fourteen or fifteen year old me. Semi-alien desert vistas, V-8s being operated with no sense of safety or human restraint, punks on motorbikes and evil […]
Okay, so what’s happened so far?
Last week, BLUE HIGWAY got released by the Createspace store. It’s also on Amazon, but honestly, buy it from Createspace, since I see a bigger slice out of that.
While you weren’t looking, I went ahead and did POD versions of both TUG ON THE RIBBON (featuring […]
BLUE HIGHWAY is done and off to Createspace for your POD enjoyment.
If you’re interested, click on this link and head on over.
Here’s the back cover copy:
After the Great Big Zero, After the United States went untied, Life went on.
Jake Culver […]