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Category Archives: SOMETHING MISSING
Since publishing my first novel in 2009, I’ve visited with more than one hundred book clubs throughout Connecticut and beyond, oftentimes in person and many times via conference call, Skype or a similar platform. I’ve video chatted with books clubs … Continue reading
On a recent podcast, musician Aimee Mann said, “Being stuck in one place and bored out of your mind is the key to creativity.” I couldn’t agree more. My writing career only began because I was bored out of my … Continue reading
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
Long after I finished writing my first novel, SOMETHING MISSING, I discovered, only after my wife and therapist pointed it out to me, that I had written a book about my battles with post traumatic stress disorder, my hatred toward … Continue reading
Apologies to the Denver Public Library for the previous post today. A librarian kindly explained the purpose of the stamp placed upon my orphaned book: The stamp is a quick way to let people know not to return it to … Continue reading
Def Leppard, a band that provided much of the soundtrack of my youth, is re-recording its backlist in an effort to regain financial control of their music. With newly recorded “forgeries” of “Pour Some Sugar on Me” and “Rock of … Continue reading
Yesterday a reader in Australia who has now read all three of my novels asked which is my favorite. It’s a question that I’ve heard authors asked many times before, and I’ve heard many of them give an answer. I … Continue reading
The first two chapters of the audio version of MEMOIRS OF AN IMAGINARY FRIEND are available for preview here. The book is narrated by Matthew Brown, which seems apropos considering my UK pseudonym is Matthew Green. I was initially worried … Continue reading
The Korean and Chinese editions of my first novel, SOMETHING MISSING, arrived yesterday. Three years after it first published, the book is still exciting me.