It’ s been a while since I’ve written on the blog and figured it would be time for an update.
Did you know there is a boxset for the 3rd, 4th, and 5th books of the Icarus Investigations series? Do I sound excited? Is your head spinning? Well, grab hold of it because it’s true.
I’ve been hearing a lot lately about some hi-jinx going on dealing with the Kindle Unlimited program at Amazon. The stories just illustrate that if there is money to be made, people will come up with any way they can to cheat the system.
It’s been almost a month since I released the 2nd full volume of Knowledge Stew: The Guide to the Most Interesting Facts in the World, and I thought I would share with you how I come up with the contents of the book and what it took to compile this book as well as the first volume.
I’m pleased to announce that the 6th book in the Icarus series has been released. Bitter Pill is another exciting ride with the team of Icarus Investigations as they get pulled into a case that involves a missing drug from a pharmaceutical company. It proves to be a more dangerous case than they ever imagined when they discover who is behind the disappearance.
I’ve been away from writing here for a while; September 2015 to be exact. It wasn’t like I’ve been eating ice cream sandwiches and watching college football. Okay, actually I have, but that’s beside the point. I’ve been spending an inordinate amount of time writing a new book, which seems like it never gets finished, and writing at my other insane endeavor, Knowledge Stew. But with the new year comes new beginnings. One of which is to stay a bit more on top of writing here about the books and about any other thing that seems to crop up in my brain. My first resolution of the new year is set.
You’ve been sitting in front of your computer off and on for three days; maybe you’re trying to write the next great blog post or the next great novel, maybe a letter to a friend from year’s ago, or you’re just stuck on a sentence to put in a reply on a post somewhere. Well, I have the answer for you if you just don’t know what to write about, and it’s as simple as washing your car in a rainstorm.