Another 5-star review for Dreams of the Moon

Review from fellow author Fellow author, Michèle Laframboise, reviewed my collection of fantastica short stories, Dreams of the Moon. I am quite amazed. Here’s her review. To read Dreams of the Moon is like to look at a generous buffet with lots of delicacies to choose from. None of the stories are copies of each other, or even in the same genre, they run the gamut of dark fantastic (the titular story) and science-fiction, progressing from the…

A Book Bundle

Meeting my readers’ needs I’ve heard over the years from many of my readers regarding the high price of print books and of shipping. I can’t do anything about the cost of an individual print book, because it is what it is. Neither can I do anything about the cost of shipping, because, well, it is what it is. But I have been thinking. And that resulted in what might be a good thought, something…

Another stop on the blog tour

ira Nayman hosts Recently I hosted author Ira Nayman on my website. Today I appear on his at Les Pages Aux Folles.  I discuss my latest collection of short stories, Dreams of the Moon, and in particular the genesis of one of the stories: The Intersection. Pop on over to Ira’s site to have a read, and while you’re there check out some of his other interesting offerings.   Dreams of the Moon is available worldwide in trade…

Blog Tour with Nina Munteanu

The blog tour continues with Nina Munteanu… …who is a remarkable individual, and someone I highly esteem even though we’ve never met face to face. I came to know Nina through SFCanada. Nina Munteanu is a Canadian ecologist / limnologist and novelist. She is co-editor of Europa SF and currently teaches writing courses at George Brown College and the University of Toronto. The latest in her Alien Guidebook Series—The Ecology of Story: World as Character—is used…

Blog Tour with Ira Nayman

Next stop in the blog tour… … is with fellow author, Ira Nayman. Ira Nayman is a figment of the imagination of a lawn chair named Francois le Granfalloon. Francois has imagined a rich life for his character Ira featuring the publication of seven novels by Elsewhen Press, the most recent being called Bad Actors. Francois’ creation has been updating a web site of  political and social satire, Les Pages aux Folles, for 19 years….