BOOKS & BLOG: November 30, 2017

I’ve been really remiss (for several reasons) in writing a blog lately. Now I have so many books lined up to talk about, I’m just going to skip any of my opinions I was going to share, and get right to the important thing: the books.   Firebird, Mercedes Lackey...

BOOKS & BLOG: October 3, 2017

Books this week: Red Sistery by Mark Lawrence, Lies, Damned Lies, and History by Jodi Taylor, Dark Legacy by Christine Feehan, The Western Star by Craig Johnson

BOOKS & BLOG: August 24, 2017

Blog: I'd never been to GenCon in Indianapolis before, and I had a great time. The writer's track, which is separate from the regular gaming convention, was informative and interesting, and the diversity of writers made it great fun to participate. When I arrived at...

BOOKS & BLOG: July 27, 2017

Books of the Week: Promise of Fire, Amanda Bouchet A Second Chance, Jodi Taylor The Defense, Steve Cavanagh The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet, Becky Chambers   Obviously, I am WAY behind on telling you what I've been reading and enjoying. I set quite a few books...

BOOKS & BLOG: June 13, 2017

This coming weekend I’ll be on Sea Island, GA… Then I go to ThrillerFest in NYC. And after that… Comic-Con in San Diego… I’m appearing with the cast of “Midnight, Texas”… I’m also working hard on “Texoma” (working title), the first book in a trilogy I’m writing for Simon and Schuster…

BOOKS & BLOG: May 21, 2017

The highlights this year include getting the Lifetime Achievement Award at Malice Domestic last month… Next big moment will be on July 24 — the premiere of “Midnight Texas.”

BOOKS & BLOG: March 9, 2017

J.D. Barker is an interesting young man. I met him at a convention, and he told me how lucky he was to be attracting the attention with this book that every author hopes for….

BOOKS & BLOG: February 27, 2017

Now we’re back in our lair, and boy, does it feel good. Our own bed, our own shower, our own kitchen . . . our own everything. Once the remediation team finishes unpacking our stuff, we’ll be back to normal, more or less. Looking for a few things I couldn’t track down, I cleaned a garbage bag full of debris from my desk drawers. This was progress in an unexpected direction.

Blog: February 1, 2017

I visited the set of MIDNIGHT, TEXAS this week… It is always amazing to me what an ensemble effort filming a series is… the opposite of a novelist’s life…