Cruddy Blood

Join me for the launch of the special Debra Doyle Memorial Edition of the young adult horror novel BAD BLOOD, a fast-paced story about a girl, a camping trip, and a werewolf problem from the height of the 1990s horror boom, told with humor, realism—and a lot of blood. Come join the conversation, post memoriesContinue reading “Cruddy Blood”

Circle of Magic

Speaking of which, a bit on the origin of Circle of Magic. Those middle-grade novels started off as paragraphs and pages that Debra and I wrote to each other before we were married while I was in the Navy; she in Philadelphia, me off in the Med on USS Savannah (AOR-4), she in grad school. Continue reading “Circle of Magic”

Pirate Books

After Debra’s death, as you might expect, Google Alerts started going nuts.  I had alerts up for her name and various of our book titles and the hits kept coming. One such led me to Locus Online: School of Wizardry (1990) launched the Circle of Magic series and had sequels Tournament and Tower (1990), City by the Sea (1990), The Prince’sContinue reading “Pirate Books”

As Seen on TV Tropes

Y’all know TV Tropes, right?  You know to pack a sandwich and carry a canteen when you go there. Well, I’m pleased to announce that two of our books have their own pages at TV Tropes.  Not only that, but they’re categorized at literature!  Here you go: The Apocalypse Door The Confessions of Peter CrossmanContinue reading “As Seen on TV Tropes”

Friday

A couple of weeks ago I visited at Star Cat Books (as remarked upon below). This is a used/new book store concentrating on science fiction and children’s literature (though they have a lot of other things). I was there for two days, and during some down time I started re-reading Friday by R. A. Heinlein.Continue reading “Friday”

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