Looks like my visa to Russia has been granted. We will be in Moscow for four days in July. I had to write a separate letter of explanation regarding my untimely departure back in 2001, but those were different times. It’s been 18 years. Big friendly handshake now 🙂 Park Pobedy, here we come. Mystically […]
Archives for April 2019
Charlie No-Face is live! The Monster Case Files are a personal favorite of mine. We don’t have a great number of readers on board for this series and that is really disappointing because these are great tales written for people of all ages. Mysteries with a twist. Travel. Urban myths. Monsters and Ghosts. Who, what, […]
Craig here, coming to you from close to the Arctic Circle where false dawn is at 5AM now. Give it a few weeks and it’ll be closer to 4AM and it’ll be light by 5 as we wend our way inexorably toward our two months of perpetual daylight. We have new blackout curtains for the […]
It has turned cold afresh here in sunny Fairbanks. 14F yesterday morning with high winds. Even Phyllis didn’t want to be out in that. The trees and noise of the wind scare her. So we came back early from our walk. The northern lights were out again yesterday morning. That’s four mornings in a row. […]
Taylor Hart and I talk writing, indie publishing, the power of fans, and beta readers.