Author Archives: George

About George

I am a reasonably successful self-published author ("successful" means I can pay the bills and am highly rated in my Amazon category), former financial advisor (writing is more fun), and have something in common with Mitt Romney and Donny Osmond. Guess.

Available for Pre-Release!

  First the bad news. Due to events–a funeral (not mine), a wedding (unfortunately not mine), and illness (still not mine), the final edits of the book were further delayed. Now the good news. Despite these delays, Recursion is now … Continue reading

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It’s About Freaking Time.

So this time I’m just four months behind schedule. Well that sucked. The good news: with a complete draft out to the beta-readers, the 7th book of the Wearing the Cape series should be out in electronic format within a … Continue reading

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Wakanda Nights.

Sorry to not post for so long; when I get stuck in my writing, even my casual writing suffers. Now with the complete alpha-reader draft of Recursion complete, I’m finally turning my head to writing of other things and playing … Continue reading

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Fight For Justice!

  Ignore the critics, and go see this movie. Seriously, I just got back from watching it (well, with a detour for a burger at Red Robin’s). I know the critics are panning it–41% Tomato Rating on Rotten Tomatoes. But … Continue reading

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Here We Are Again.

It’s happened again, and will happen again. And we mourn, and then we fight over what to do about it. On one side, many voices call for gun bans and confiscations of specific classes of guns. They read from the … Continue reading

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Far Too Many Harlequins and Deadpools.

So I got back Sunday from the Salt Lake Comic Con, where I shared an “author collective” booth with a bunch of very nice fellow writers. Most of them were also indie-publishers, but some were not. And of course I … Continue reading

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GenCon Report

So, I actually made it to GenCon, just on time for its 50th Anniversary. I’ve just known about this ultimate gamer convention since I was twelve and playing original Advanced D&D. What can I say about it? I almost didn’t … Continue reading

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She Is A Wonder

It is easy to forget that “wonder” is a much bigger word than its normal usage.  We say, “I wonder what time the movie starts.” Wonder Woman brings the wonder in its old sense, the emotion aroused by something awe-inspiring, … Continue reading

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Book News and Chapter One

So, the edits of Wearing the Cape have been returned to me, and I’m going through them this week to prepare the final draft of the Wearing the Cape special edition (the above illustration will be on the cover, although … Continue reading

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Congress Shall Make No Law.

So I was going to ignore “politics” for awhile. Unfortunately, Freedom of Speech has become a hot social issue… I know, right? This is America, and we’ve got this little sentence in our founding legal contract. Congress shall make no … Continue reading

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