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November 6th, 2015

10:17 am
I had a ton of fun on @DCR_show (Dungeon Crawlers Radio) last night!

And, in case you missed the live episode last night, it's archived here. We talked about my book, hinted at a sequel, and discussed short stories, Robert Downey, Jr., and other fun topics. They'd even seen "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang," making the total number of people who've even heard of it fourteen instead of just twelve!

Give it a listen and show them some love. <3

Also, for anyone in the Salt Lake City area, I'm doing the "Local Authors and You" event at the Viridian Center in the West Jordan Library tomorrow from 1pm-5pm. Lots of workshops throughout the day, including one by me titled "The Art and Science of Psychotic Persistence" at 1:00. There will be giveaways every half hour, so come and check it out.

01:46 pm
Boosting the signal for my handsome and hard-working editor, Bryan Thomas Schmidt...

His novel "The Worker Prince" debuted recently, and it's not getting nearly as much love as it should be. It received an Honorable Mention on Barnes & Noble Book Club's Year's Best Science Fiction Releases, and this edition (published by WordFire Press) is the Definitive Author's Edition. If you'd rather have the Kindle than the dead-tree version, you can get that here.

Blurb:
What if everything you thought you knew about yourself and the world turned out to be wrong? For Davi Rhii, Prince of the Boralian people, that nightmare has become a reality. Freshly graduated from the prestigious Borali Military Academy, now he's discovered a secret that calls into question everything he knew about himself. His quest to rediscover himself brings him into conflict with his friends and family, calling into question his cultural values and assumptions, and putting in jeopardy all he's worked for his whole life. One thing's for sure: he's going to have to make decisions that will change his life forever...

Welcome to the book that captures the feel of the original Star Wars like no other, Moses meets Star Wars...The Worker Prince.


Bryan was immensely instrumental in turning my novel from a lump of coal into a semi-faceted diamond, so I know he's got the chops to tackle a subject like this. Go forth and give it a try, if you're looking for something new and fun to read.