I just did a really great interview/chat about Blood Flow, about social responsibility in fiction, dirtbag leftism, and a few other topics with Gabby over at Literature Lynx. Not to spoil the whole thing, but here's an excerpt question: LL: As a genre, science fiction/fantasy doesn’t have a great track record with diversity and inclusivity... Continue Reading →
I love games. I've written and designed games for a living, for most of my adult career. I love interactive, dynamic narratives. I love emergent storytelling. I love creative narrative solutions to complex technological and scope constraints. So sometimes here, you're going to catch me talking games. This is tangentially about games. But really, it's... Continue Reading →
Tom Jones is a very minor character in my first novel, Blood Flow. Here's a free piece of short fiction exploring his life a little bit.
Right now, I'm knee-deep in Blood Letting, the sequel to Blood Flow. But, I'm also writing another story set in the San Jenaro universe. It's about the gig economy, through a lens of monster hunting. "It's like Uber, but for fighting back against the forces of darkness." It's called iHunt, and here's the first chapter:... Continue Reading →
For the month of June, I'll be donating 25% of the proceeds of Blood Flow to ANERA, to benefit the disadvantaged people of Gaza, the West Bank, and Lebanon.
Writing advice is like a dildo. If you're interested in writing, you've probably delved into a bit of writing advice. "Show, don't tell." "Know your audience." "Kill your darlings." "Write every day." "If you introduce writing advice in act one, you need to use it in act three." You know. Writing advice. That stuff. Like... Continue Reading →