Skin After Skin (PsyCop 8) is now in audio! Over 15 hours of Crash goodness voiced by the incomparable Gomez Pugh. Go spend that credit you've been hoarding! And, randomly, it's #1 in the erotica category, in which I never placed it. There's a metadata gap where you can't choose your Audible categories before the … Continue reading Crash’s Audio Debut
A bunch of folks grabbed the first PsyCop, Among the Living, when it was on sale last month...and a bunch more went on to read the whole PsyCop series! But, I know I often pick up a book with the full intention of reading it and then find it moldering behind a bunch of other … Continue reading Criss Cross On Sale
Hooray, as of today, Gomez and I have sent the Skin After Skin audiobook off to quality control and publication, so it should hit the electronic shelves within the next week or two. I always imagine this mysterious audio publishing process as a series of elaborate pneumatic tubes.
There's nothing like company to make a person take a good hard look at their surroundings and see all those weird things that have become so much visual noise and static. I’m having guests this weekend and I can’t wait, though they’ll have to deal with my lack of organization. Right now, I can use … Continue reading The Psychology of Clutter
I'm in awe of people who decorate their homes well. Heck, I'm in awe of people who decorate their homes at all. Well or not. Just the fact that they have a cohesive "look" impresses me. I hang one curtain and I have to go take a break. There's a trippy, glittery, bodacious preserved and … Continue reading Fun with fingerprints
It drives me nuts when I stop at the store and realize I've forgotten to bring shopping bags with me. I loathe the thought of more plastic coming into the world just because I'm forgetful. Yes, I do use those flimsy plastic grocery bags for cat poo...but there's only so much Frank can poo. Thankfully. … Continue reading Pretend you were shopping at Sticks and Stones
On Skin After Skin: It was refreshing to see everyone through Crash’s extroverted eyes, rather than through Vic’s mistrust. I thought it was brilliant that JCP took the story back to the beginning. Actually, it was before the beginning. It was Crash’s beginning. It shed so much light on everything. It explained Crash’s relationship with … Continue reading It Shed So Much Light on Everything