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When It’s Time to Part With Your Agent

One question an author often hears is, “How did you find an agent?”  In my case, therein lies a tale, and I’ve told it to my friends over at Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. Comment on the piece before Sunday at noon (rocky … Continue reading

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Read an Excerpt from The Last Heir

  You can take Jack out of L.A. — in this case, all the way to Napa Valley — but you can’t take the L.A. out of Jack, as this excerpt from THE LAST HEIR at CriminalElements.com conclusively proves. Meanwhile, I … Continue reading

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Storyteller’s Anthology

SouthWest Writers is a New Mexico-based nonprofit dedicated to inspiring, nurturing, and supporting authors of both fiction and nonfiction throughout the world.  As a second-career novelist looking to break into publishing, it was through winning the SouthWest Writers International Writing … Continue reading

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Puppets in the Woodwork

A debate has raged in recent years within the auctorial echo chamber, pitting advocates of “traditional publishing” against the insurgent forces of “independent publishing.”  Traditionalists – whom I’ll define as authors electing to cast their lot with one of the … Continue reading

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News Alert: See You at the UNM Writer’s Conference?

I will be conducting a one-hour workshop presentation as part of the 2012 UNM Writers’ Conference. Mid-life Metamorphosis: From Attorney to Author of Legal Thrillers April 21, 2012   |   3:30 p.m. Details below, or click here to learn … Continue reading

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