love for the book

February 19, 2017

Debris & Detritus, the lesser Greek gods running amok --  a fantasy anthology collection of short stories

The Night I Shot Johnny Valentine, by Max Adams, an excerpt from the fantasy anthology Debris and Detritus

 

In other news, the short story The Night I Shot Johnny Valentine, by yours truly, is coming to you in the fantasy anthology Debris & Detritus February 14th and now available for :::pre-order on Amazon:::

Yay!

 

 

 

3 weeks!

January 23, 2017

Debris & Detritus

3 weeks till the release of the sassy fantasy anthology I contributed too, Debris & Detritus the Lesser Greek Gods Running Amok, featuring my short story The Night I Shot Johnny Valentine along with more great stories from other fabulous writers like author Toni McGee Causey and author and editor Patricia Burroughs — and more. Yay!

 

:::Check it out on Amazon:::

 

anthology ahoy!

December 20, 2016


Remember when I told you I have a story coming out in an anthololy? Well there was a slight publication delay but the anthology Debris & Detritus: The Lesser Greek Gods Running Amok has arrived. Yay!

Okay almost arrived, it technically arrives on February 10th. It is availalbe for pre-purchase now however. And it contains my sassy story The Night I Shot Johnny Valentine. Yay!

Also look at the cover. Ooh, ahh, pretty!


Debris & Detritus: The Lesser Greek Gods Running Amok



convos with expectant fathers

February 20, 2009

 

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Expectant Father : You don’t really need that much to prepare.

Me : [cue evil laughter] You have really not spent much time around babies have you?

Expectant Father : Um. No. They’re kind of independent, like cats, right?

Me : They are exactly like cats. Except they do not walk, use a litter box, or groom or feed themselves. Also authorities get sort of tiffy if you leave them home alone and people get a little alarmed if they have tails.

Expectant Father : Hey, that doesn’t sound like cats at all.

Me : They both drink milk.

 

were the art work comes from :
that is black cat watercolor by pam houle

[and that is the best link i can find for her]

stardust yay!

September 9, 2008

 

This movie Stardust really rocks. You should see it. I do not like the Stardust trailer though so I am not using it. This is a youtube someone else put together it is more fun.

 


[whoever put that together is a serious de niro fan the movie does not really star de niro but he has some fun bits in it — also this is based on a neil gaiman novel]

 

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