Back from the Delta Paranormal Fest

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spectators_2This weekend, I had the pleasure of heading up to Greenville, MS, for the annual Delta Paranormal Project Conference and Paranormal Investigations (or, as commonly called, ‘ghost hunts’). I got into town late Friday night, a result of a little lack of planning and hungry bellies (of my traveling partner and me) in Vicksburg, MS, but I went to the meet and greet and had a blast anyway. ...

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Delta Paranormal Fest

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I’m finishing up my preparations fo heading to Greenville, MS, to participate in the Delta Paranormal Fest tomorrow. I know it’s a smaller event, but it any of the fans from Arkansas, Louisiana, or Mississippi would like me to sign their book, bring it with you for the conference.

I’ll be going along with some professional ghost hunters on Saturday night to some sites around Greenville, also. This should be quite interesting indeed.

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I Got an iPad and Quit My Job, etc.

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All right. Some updates now that I’ve settled in. I have gotten an iPad and a wireless keyboard, linked everything up through Google Docs, and now I’m “technologically advanced,” I suppose. With everything linked up, I can work on any device I have and the updates carry over automatically to everything else.

I have left my job as a dispatcher and have decided not to go back to another 911 center on a full-time basis. So, I’m a full-time writer and ...

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Coming Soon: Cure: The Panacea Series, #1

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cover_concept_comp1_largeTake the world we live in and add a device which can cure virtually any disease. This is the story of the near-future world of Cure and how Panacea I, a revolutionary medical device, came into being.

The Panacea Device is placed into the very capable hands of marketing executive Dylan Cross. The device, a robot smaller than a human cell, seems to ...

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Self-Publishing: Is it a Valid Way to Publish?

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Of all of the questions tossed around in the publishing world, this one, “Is self-publishing valid?”, is posed quite often in any number of writing groups, critique circles, and halls of publishing houses. Often, we are given the views of people who started in traditional publishing and later went to self-publishing. That is all well and good for authors who had already established a readership, for obscurity is the biggest enemy of any writer. However, the viewpoint from someone who ...

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