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13 Things About Gidion Keep: The Little Hearse

4 Days to Go When I started writing the Gidion Keep series, I didn’t get very far into the book before I needed to go car shopping. Not for me. No, Gidion needed a car, and this couldn’t be a … Continue reading

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Bitter Pill’s Secrets

The better we become as writers, the easier it is to forget how valuable an extra set of eyes can be. When I wrote the first draft for my Steampunk short story Bitter Pill, I knew I’d hit on something … Continue reading

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Bitter Pill’s Sweet Origins

Given I do have a published novel, it might seem crazy to get super-excited about a short story, but finding a home for my steampunk tale Bitter Pill gives me a huge thrill. I wrote the first draft of this … Continue reading

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