Tag Archives: King Arthur

“Writing fiction is so easy … just make stuff up”

Writing fiction isn’t just making things up. Research is important. Continue reading

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Slipping In and Out of Post-Roman Britain in a Contemporary Fantasy

Read how I gave Merlin certain powers that let me write about life in King Arthur’s time from twenty-first century Houston. Continue reading

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Dark Contemporary Themes in a Fantasy Novel

Ruminations on contemporary evil in contemporary fantasy. Continue reading

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Why Write a Sequel?

Learn the thoughts that went through my head as I considered writing a sequel to Merlin’s Knot. Continue reading

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Cover reveal for Merlin’s Weft

See the cover of the new book in my Merlin’s Thread series. Continue reading

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15: The Last Gonzo Joy Ride to the End of the Galaxy

Our heroes discover that their joy ride has come to an end. Continue reading

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13: The Last Gonzo Joy Ride to the End of the Galaxy

Damitol and Testicleeze enjoy their time on a beautiful planet. Continue reading

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12: The Last Gonzo Joy Ride to the End of the Galaxy

Our adventurers discover a lovely blue planet. Continue reading

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8: The Last Gonzo Joy Ride to the End of the Galaxy

What happens after Damitol grabs a baby silicon life form? Continue reading

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Where Did You Get That Idea?

Read about how I got the idea for a story and a novel. Continue reading

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