Monthly Archives: October 2012

Laws Unto Themselves?

I first ran into Daily and Davidson (they even sound like a law firm) when I was doing research for my first novel, Wearing the Cape. Their website, Law and the Multiverse, acquainted me with the facts about state actors … Continue reading

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The Gods, They Are Not Your Friends.

Nobody ever got it right, until Rick Riordan. Not the comic books that made them superheroes, not the TV shows, and certainly not Disney. Who knew that Riordan could launch a best-selling YA series based on the absolute truth: all … Continue reading

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Adventures In Self-Publishing

And adventures in advertising. Announcement to all readers who bought Bite Me before Oct. 3rd. The uniform puzzlement of early readers as to when the story happens, and how Jacky came to be freelancing for the DSA in New Orleans, … Continue reading

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