Chapter 7 is live. Go to Channillo.com to read it. Here's the first scene: Miles’ dream began the same each night. Falling into the depths, a stomach-churning drop into an abyss with neither beginning nor end. The surrounding darkness was near total, the thin line to which he fell a black beyond black—an absence of…Read more Chapter 7 of The Stone of Tantalus is live!
Go here to read it. You know you want to! Here's the first scene... Philip Carson sat alone in his small two-bedroom home, the glowing television his only illumination and companion. Like his sister less than a mile away, he held a beer in his hand that was one sip shy of empty, and now…Read more Chapter 6 of The Stone of Tantalus is live!
So I completely failed to post here after the launch of my last novel, The Stone of Tantalus... didn't even show you guys the cover. This book has been received quite well, and you should head over to Amazon and snag yourself a copy.
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My second published novel, The Stone of Tantalus, available May 1st, is now up for pre-order on Amazon and Kobo. Be the first to get this in your hands! Here is the final production cover:
In 2018, the NRA more resembles a cult than a special interest group. Its members, pet politicians, and leadership recite stale talking points about freedom and the Second Amendment; instead of Hail Marys, one could call them Hail Gunnies. via Tweet Of The Week: Senator For Sale — First Draft
That Michael Lewis piece starts badly and gets worse: Back when he was president, Barack Obama told me that only two people treated any interaction with him as a zero-sum game. One was Vladimir Putin, the other congressional Republicans. Both behaved as if there was no such thing as a win-win situation: Any gain for […]…Read more Couldn’t have said it better, myself….
That should be the title of my next novel, but sadly it is no more than a statement of fact. My last completed manuscript, Swift the River Flows, sits on my desk, all five pounds of her, waiting for the inevitable line edits and full second draft. At 230,000 words, it is my longest by…Read more The Behemoth Awaits…
I'm about to embark on the wonderful adventure of diving head-first into the dreaded Second Draft of my fantasy novel, Swift, the River Flows. It's the first in a series, and tells the story of Síipuw, a young Mahican girl living in an America that was never conquered by White men. Other than the presence of…Read more Don’t freak out…