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Fit To Print

  There comes the point in the writing process when your work is finished, and the book is out the door. But there remains an emptiness, that a thing you toiled on for so long is no longer an active … Continue reading

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Where It’s At

I probably sound like a broken record at this point, but I have finally, FINALLY finished Magicians Impossible. I think. Yesterday, after two and a half weeks of review, I finished my pass on the copy proof – that’s where … Continue reading

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On The Road (With Apologies to Kerouac)

On Friday, February 26, 2017, I delivered the final edit of Magicians Impossible to St. Martins Press. It is finally, FINALLY finished, and it has been the most difficult, most lengthy, and most rewarding project I have ever undertaken. The stats … Continue reading

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Impossible Tracks

So, a lot has happened since I delivered the Magicians Impossible manuscript to my editor at Thomas Dunne Books on January 6th. Manuscript was received, I received the rest of my advance, and took a breath to orient myself after … Continue reading

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Impossible Winner

So we’re back from Summer, right? Back to work, back to the normal routine, yes? Then feast your eyes on this: And this … These are the first two cover treatments for my debut novel Magicians Impossible coming from St. … Continue reading

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