This Saturday, Dec. 4, 2010, I’ll be at the Window on the Plains Museum in Dumas, TX, from 10-4 selling and autographing copies of both volumes of “Tuttle’s” cartoons (as well as paperback copies of all three Garison Fitch books)! Come on out and see me! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Monthly Archives:: July 2014
“What a ride! And I don’t mean in a DeLorean. This first in a series is one of my favorite time traveling books. Interestingly enough I stumbled upon it because I was looking for a book to discuss during a sailing ministry at church.“ Read the rest of the review–by a wonderful (I’m guessing) lady… Read more »
I volunteer with our local hospice. Last night I was called to go “sit” with a patient. Usually, that means literally that: sitting. We sit there and let the family have a night off. A chance to go sleep at home or just get out of the hospital for a while. If a need arises,… Read more »
Considering my Garison Fitch novels outsell my other novels by about a 9 to 1 ratio, it may be of interest to some of you to know where Garison Fitch is now. Of course, if you’ve read the first three books in the Garison Fitch saga, you know that there are two answers to that… Read more »
I stumbled across something I had written years ago on a yellow legal pad. A snippet of a story that never went any further. If I do say so myself, it was some of the best writing I’ve ever done. On the other hand, I remember when I wrote it and it never was going… Read more »
I want to thank all of you who bought one (or more!) of my novels in October. It was officially the best-selling month I’ve ever had. I also sold more copies of one novel (First Time: The Legend of Garison Fitch – Book 1) than I ever have in a single month! Thanks again to… Read more »