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Coming soon to a Kindle near you…

I was going to do one of of those big schmaltzy cover reveals, where you count down the days and then there’s the virtual drumroll and ta-da–shiny new cover. But since this is for the Kiernan novella, which is Kindle only, that seems a tad dramatic to me. And, like Inigo Montoya, I hate waiting.(…)

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Immortality Inside the Earth (Part I)

From the CHRONOS Files Blog September 28th, 1893 S. Rand Chicago, Illinois The World’s Parliament of Religions recently held here in Chicago included speeches by hundreds of religious leaders around the world, but one of the more interesting and peculiar of the species, Dr. Cyrus Reed Teed (or, as he prefers to be known, Koresh)(…)

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Goodreads Q&A Feb17-20

For readers who are on Goodreads, Timebound is being featured as a monthly read in the “David Estes Fans and YA Book Lovers Unite!” club. If you’ve stumbled onto my blog before reading Timebound, or if you want to discuss the book with other readers, they’ll be chatting the entire month of February (although it usually(…)

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Events in Raleigh Area

Just a quick note for any Timebound fans and/or writer friends in the Triangle Area of North Carolina.  I’ll be holding an author talk on “Writing for the Young Adult Market” on January 14th and January 15th at two Wake County libraries, followed by a book signing. January 14th (7 pm):  Eva Perry Regional Library.(…)

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Questions on Sequels

First, a big thank you to everyone who has read Timebound and and extra thanks to those who have posted reviews at Amazon, Goodreads, etc.  Your response has been incredible and I’m truly grateful that the book has found such a wonderful and supportive audience of readers. Second, I’ve gotten a ton of emails and(…)

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A Brief History of CHRONOS

From The CHRONOS Files: The scientific principles of time-travel were discovered in the mid-22nd century by a small team of researchers, headed by Ian Alexander, Ryan Jefferson and Madison Grace.  Funded primarily by the U.S. government, the activities of these researchers have never been fully revealed to the public, although a flurry of exposes published(…)

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Early Christmas for Timebound

I’ve spent most of the last month hunkered down in my writing cave, working on the second book in the Timebound series.  That’s one reason that I’ve been woefully remiss with updating the site. The other reason is that I truly suck at keeping secrets.  If I have a secret to keep, it’s really much(…)

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Timebound Giveaway

I am a WordPress newbie, so I haven’t figured out how to get it to accept Goodreads widgets.  But if you click on the image above, it will take you to the giveaway where you can enter to win one of five signed advance review copies.   Giveaway ends October 29th.

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