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Back in January, Andy Mayo and I debuted our rock opera, The Clowns, at The Playhouse on Park. During our two weeks of workshop with the actors, musicians and director, there were three performances of the show. At the Saturday … Continue reading
A reader posted this drawing on Twitter that I loved. It’s a picture of Budo, the protagonist of MEMOIRS OF AN IMAGINARY FRIEND, and his friend, Graham. I can’t tell you how thrilling it is to know that my story … Continue reading
Today is the paperback release of MEMOIRS OF AN IMAGINARY FRIEND! Since my first two novels were originally published in trade paperback, this is my first actual paperback release. It’s not quite as exciting as the book’s initial release, but … Continue reading
Booktopia is a series of literary retreats organized by Ann Kingman and Michael Kindness, host of the podcast Books on the Nightstand. For the past three years, my wife and I have been coming to Vermont in April to attend … Continue reading
In case you didn’t know, Mrs. Gosk, the third grade teacher in MEMOIRS OF AN IMAGINARY FRIEND, is a real person. I’ve worked with her for the past fifteen years, and when I started my teaching career, she served as … Continue reading
Behold the large print cover for MEMOIRS OF AN IMAGINARY FRIEND. Thoughts?
Behold the paperback cover for MEMOIRS OF AN IMAGINARY FRIEND. The paperback edition doesn’t publish for another two months, so until then, you’ll simply have to purchase the hardcover version. Fear not. As far as I know, it contains all … Continue reading
First it was Best Western. Now this.
Amazon’s new policy on book reviews did not impact me thanks to the quality of my friends and family.
You may have heard that Amazon has a new policy when it comes to online book reviews. From a piece in The New York Times: Giving raves to family members is no longer acceptable. Neither is writers’ reviewing other writers. … Continue reading
Yesterday I proposed that imaginary friends are becoming a thing. More evidence that this is the case.