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John André, A Representation of Major John André…going from the Vulture Sloop of War, aquatint, circa 1781. Although I grew up in the area I had never paid much attention to this part of American history. I therefore determined that, since I was once again in southern New York for…
I’ve written here before about the necessity — in my opinion — of making one’s villains well-rounded characters and not merely evil mustache-twirling sockpuppets. By which I mean granting them their virtues as well as their vices, and giving them friends as well as enemies, and generally treating them with a certain amount of respect […]
My annual editorial services springtime sale ends April 21. From now until Sunday midnight, all novel-length edits are 30% off. As always, you can purchase a gift certificate for a writer friend, or purchase one for yourself to be redeemed when your work-in-progress is ready for editing.
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So this weekend I’ll celebrate my birthday by performing magic at the Winter RenFaire ( Champlain Valley Exposition (105 Pearl St, Essex Junction. VT). This will be a two-day event, Saturday and Sunday from 10 am – 6 pm. I’ll be doing … Continue reading
Tomorrow night (Saturday the 10th) I’ll be part of the “Live entertainment” at the Vermont Fantasy Masquerade Ball. Get dressed to the nines—mask and all—and join us for the Fantasy Masquerade Ball by Vermont Gatherings, held at the Champlain Valley Exposition! … Continue reading
And so things come full circle (of magic). The first novel that Doyle and I wrote together was the (still unpublished) Ice Cream Wizard. A fantasy/SF crossover with some great bits — including the Secret Origin of Doc and Beka … Continue reading