Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Release Party - Geek Moment

Bad blogger.  I know.  Hell to Pay had it's release party a couple weeks ago and it was a walk down memory lane.  Lots of friends, a couple family, work buddies, and me.

I had a geek moment.  A friend of mine is well read in Fantasy and Sci-Fi.  He wanted me to sign his Kindle.  I thought, this is cool.  Then there on  the back of the silver beast was a name that made me stop.  Jim Butcher.  Jim writes novels like "The Dresden Files" and "Codex Alera" in the urban fantasy and sword and sorcery realms.  I'm a huge fan and got to sign my name on the same Kindle.  Some people are saying so what, but for me, it was a moment.
I gave the man some space.  Don't know why, but I did.  I still have a long way to go.  I know there are now electronic signatures to the Kindle, but like tattoos, there is something special about the ink.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

It’s no good quitting, there is always the smallest bit of light in the darkest of hells.  Charles Bukowski

Tuesday, September 20, 2011


On  I'm on  More important "Hell to Pay" is on