I’m honored to have had the opportunity to be interviewed by one of my favorite podcasters, Hank Garner, on his Author Stories Podcast. Hank’s a great interviewer, and gives his guests a chance to go in to great detail in their answers. Check it out HERE!
Well, I guess I can’t really blame you, since I somehow forget to mention it. There was a delay in publishing, and it came out around the same time as a couple of other anthologies I was in, and it just occurred to me that I never posted about this one. Capes & Clockwork: […]
…is appearing at Astrodene’s Historic Naval Fiction site here. It’s a great way to learn all the exciting details about how I wrote my book, Fortune’s Favorite: Sir Charles Douglas and the Breaking of the Line. So check it out!
The excellent Astrodene, who reviews books on naval history (mostly fiction, but some non-fiction), has written a very nice review of my book, Fortune’s Favorite: Sir Charles Douglas and the Breaking of the Line. You can find it here: http://wp.me/pgPGJ-a0.
Yesterday my book, Fortune’s Favorite: Sir Charles Douglas and the Breaking of the Line, was released and is now available through many outlets. It’s about my 5x great-grandfather, Sir Charles Douglas, who was a British captain during the American Revolution. If you can’t find it at your local bookstore, it’s available through several places on […]
My book about my ancestor, Sir Charles Douglas, will be coming out very soon. More details later.
I picked up Blackbeard: Legend of the Pyrate King #1 from Dynamite Entertainment yesterday, and, man, was it good. As a naval historian, comic book reader/creator, and pirate fan, it was the perfect story for me: well-written, well-drawn, and a cover by none other than John Cassaday! The story is by Greg Halle and Eduardo Sanchez (of […]