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Overwhelming Evidence, or Why it’s a bad idea to argue art history with someone who actually studied it.
This is how it went: Not long ago, I happened to see someone online complaining about how some authors of paranormal fiction have the nerve to describe angelic-type characters as having non-white wings (brightly colored or brown like a bird’s … Continue reading
I have a giant coffee mug (holds about half a gallon — no exaggeration), but it’s plain white, which is sometimes rather boring (and also the color of vanilla ice cream and Moby Dick: a color which I don’t think … Continue reading
We have a release date! And cover art… Project Brimstone is available for preorder on Amazon. Release date is May 1, 2017. Here’s the back-cover blurb: Major John Michael Harrison, USSOCOM, discovers a dark secret: an invasion from another … Continue reading
Today, I left a blog comment that may need some explanation… Once upon a time, a friend made this deliberately silly fan art of two characters in my twin’s novels. “Hello Neo-panther” is Hunter (panther, more or less), and the … Continue reading
My cats say I need to take a break from the internet and spend the afternoon reading a book, so this is the only (original, not reblogged) post you’re getting from me today. This first picture is a painting I … Continue reading
The Madness Engine (release date May 22, 2015) The war between the Sentient Concord and the Earth Federation grinds on, but dark forces are moving behind the scenes, intent on unleashing terror on a scale never seen before, a terror … Continue reading