Indy bands and self-published comics

The interesting thing about being in two different publishing worlds – comics and mysteries – is the times when one world’s opinions don’t exactly translate to the other. That’s the case with self-publishing. In the mystery field, quite understandably, self-publishing is not well thought of. There’s a lot of reasons for this: You can’t get the books into bookstores, there’s a perception (many times justified) that they lack quality and at the end of the day sale numbers are very low. But the main reason Read More +
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Lost Child – backstories

Thinking about my first David Diangelo/Odd Jobs story always brings back mixed emotions, probably due to the real-life mysteries the story was based upon. I’m going tell you about those mysteries now, but please note that they’re MAJOR SPOILERS, so you can go read the entire story starting here, for free on the web, before proceeding with this blog post. The main part of the story concerns an old man who hires David to go down south, to central Illinois where his daughter disappeared years Read More +
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Bestseller!

I’m one of Centuries & Sleuths Bookstore’s Top Ten Bestsellers for 2nd Qtr 2008.
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New page up

A bit late, but hey, I’m on vacation this week. Check out the new page for “Children of the Revolution.” Plus, “Something to build upon” continues too.
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