Monthly Archives: February 2011

“Lonesome Cove”, “Twisted Key” and upcoming events

Technorati Tags: Writing,editing,upcoming events   “Lonesome Cove”, my fourth novel is just about writing itself. I’ve got one hundred and ten pages written as of this morning. I’ll have to stop work on it later this week to prepare for … Continue reading

Posted in Books, The Business of Writing, Writing

“Twisted Key” update and AutoCAD LT

Technorati Tags: Writing,editing,software review,AutoCad LT   I know; that’s a strange mix of subjects, but then I’m a strange guy. “Twisted Key” is still with the editors, but I have a copy of the manuscript that I’ve been handing out … Continue reading

Posted in Furniture Making, Software, Writing

“Twisted Key” comments, “Lonesome Cove” update

Technorati Tags: Writing update and reviewer comments   I’m starting to get some critical (and constructive) comments on the “Twisted Key” manuscript; the sort of comments every writer needs. Two readers whose opinions mean a lot to me have said … Continue reading

Posted in Books, The Business of Writing, Writing

“Twisted Key” comments, “Lonesome Cove” update

Technorati Tags: Writing update and reviewer comments   I’m starting to get some critical (and constructive) comments on the “Twisted Key” manuscript; the sort of comments every writer needs. Two readers whose opinions mean a lot to me have said … Continue reading

Posted in Books, The Business of Writing, Writing

“Twisted Key”, “Lonesome Cove” and a few other bits

Technorati Tags: Writing,editing,book signing and hardware   “Twisted Key” is off to the editors. I’ve had one manuscript copy printed in the meantime, and using it to gather reader responses from a few book dealers and readers. So far, what … Continue reading

Posted in Computers and Internet, The Business of Writing, Writing