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Floor plans of the Vet!

The best way to visualise the scene of the crime is with a floor plan, and a number of old mystery novels included sketches to illustrate the author’s ideas of how the local geography or architecture work. So of course … Continue reading

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Point Blank Blank

“Point Blank Blank” is a second instalment in what I hope to grow into a series of IF mysteries. You remember “Mustard, Music, and Murder” from a month ago? In case the cover art isn’t hint enough, this is another … Continue reading

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Mystery Casting

The first Agatha Christie I ever read was “Murder on the Orient Express”. I may have been too young to properly appreciate it at the time; but I remember that the edition I had included, at the beginning, a dramatis … Continue reading

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Too Many Controllers 2

It continues to be slow on the pre-order front for “Murder at the Veterans’ Club”–Summer is meant for lazy, restful naps in the sun–but that does not mean I have been completely idle. I have plans for a second Peterkin … Continue reading

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Mustard, Music, and Murder

“Mustard, Music, and Murder” is a short little game I wrote, featuring Eric Peterkin as the player character, and one other character–Edward Garrett–from “Murder at the Veterans’ Club”. I’m trying to make it as accessible as possible, so it’s hosted … Continue reading

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A Grown Ass Writer’s Blog

Ken Lindsey of A Grown Ass Writer’s Blog is doing a series on authors and their books, and he’s kicking it off with a piece about me and “Murder at the Veterans’ Club”. Here. Mr. Lindsey is the author of … Continue reading

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Update: 26 June 2016

I posted the following update for “Murder at the Veterans’ Club” earlier today:

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Too Many Controllers

There’s a contest on Inkshares every two months or so, in which people submit novels on a given theme/genre in hopes of winning the usual publication deal–though the parameters are different. Instead of gunning for 750, you’re gunning for a … Continue reading

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The Funding Period and the Immortal Campaign

In my previous post, I mentioned an intention to talk about how I’d launched my campaign a little earlier than was advised. There’s a school of thought that says you want a substantial number of followers before you begin, and … Continue reading

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Making the Leap into Inkshares

Throughout the months of November and December 2015, I devoted myself to hammering out short stories for submission to Ellery Queen and Alfred Hitchcock. I already had several written, some requiring more polishing than others. I saw myself writing and … Continue reading

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