Centaurs! These half man half horse beasts of mythology have long been a source of fodder for the imagination. The origins of these imaginary creatures are a matter of speculation but the best guess (meaning this was the idea presented by the scholar who bought the most rounds of beer for his colleagues) is that … Continue reading Centaurs: The Good, The Bad, and The Big Debate
My Favorite Story Line: Orpheus & Eurydice
I've made it back from my adventures on the Emerald Isle, and although there's the post-vacation blues and jet lag to sort through, I'm still super excited to crank out today's post because it's finally time to tell you all about my favorite of the many story lines I've woven together in The Bonds of … Continue reading My Favorite Story Line: Orpheus & Eurydice
Giddy Up, Up, and Away: Bellerophon & Pegasus
Today, unless my bus gets lost somewhere in the middle of Ireland, I should be heading into Dublin. But just because I'm on vacation, doesn't mean I'm going to miss out on a chance to tell you all about one of the many story lines I've woven together in The Bonds of Osteria. This time, … Continue reading Giddy Up, Up, and Away: Bellerophon & Pegasus
Another Round of Osteria Humor
Hello Blogland! Although I have been up to my neck with writing work and next week I'll have some VERY exciting news to share with you, this week I simply can't squeeze anything out of my head to share with you. Instead, I've done some deep research (okay, it was ten minutes on Google) to … Continue reading Another Round of Osteria Humor
The Maze: Book Trailer, Pre-Orders, and More!!
I'm still trying to figure out what that "and more" might be, but let's focus on those first two for now. Yes, after months and months of rambling on about The Maze, the time has finally come for the big pre-launch push including a little book trailer and your chance to pre-order a copy of … Continue reading The Maze: Book Trailer, Pre-Orders, and More!!
Behind the Book: Hercules’s Tenth Labor
Last Friday I told you of my pirate attack having left me feeling quite dismayed and very cynical about writing and publishing. I have to give a sincere thank you to the kind and helpful words my followers here and various places across the Interwebs have sent me. You've given me insight and encouragement … Continue reading Behind the Book: Hercules’s Tenth Labor