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AUTHORSdB named me in the Top 100 Authors for the week beginning December 18th!

Announcing The Fred Allen Show, on WDBN!
Classic comedy radio shows of the 30s, 40s,
and 50s, hosted by me, and sponsored by the
Displaced Detective series!
Saturdays at 1pm Central, beginning October 11!

Announcing The Sherlock Hour, on TMVCafe Radio!
Classic Sherlock Holmes radio shows of the 30s,
40s, and 50s, hosted by me, and sponsored by the
Displaced Detective series!
Sundays at 3pm Central, beginning February 1st!

Sherlock Holmes and the Mummy's Curse is a Silver Falchion Award winner AND a pulp bestseller on Amazon! YAY!

Woohoo! AReCafe has featured me for the first full week of April 2015!

The Exploding Spaceship reviewers of Bull Spec magazine put me and my Displaced Detective
series in their list of faves for International Women's Day!

I have a Point of View writer's workshop featured on Sean Taylor's "Bad Girls, Good Guys,
and Two-Fisted Action" blog
. I think it's a good read full of great information for budding
authors! Check it out!

As a semi-regular participant in the Author Roundtable, have a look at what I've got to say!

The International Directory of Published Authors has dubbed me January 2015's Author of
the Month, and even blogged about me!

A Case of Spontaneous Combustion has won BRONZE in the 2014 AuthorsdB cover contest!

There's a Sherlock Holmes roundtable discussion by authors who write modern Holmes
pastiches, over on Sean Taylor's "Bad Girls, Good Guys, and Two-Fisted Action" blog. I
was honored to be asked to participate, and it's a nice long read full of interesting insights!
Check it out!

HAHA! I think Chris Muir must be a fan! The 8 December 2014 strip of the Day By Day
webcomic
has a cameo appearance of A Case of Spontaneous Combustion!

Cool! The Analog, Dec 2014 issue contains an article on SPEARED, the Single Person
Emergency Atmospheric Re-Entry Device, written by myself, Dr. Arlan Andrews Sr, and
Tom Ligon, the developers! (I've also added a SPEARED page to my website, for your
enlightenment.)

Wow! More and more it's looking like the research I did for the Displaced Detective series
was dead-on! According to the latest research, there ARE parallel universes and maybe they
can even collide with ours! For the layman's article, look here. For the research paper,
check here.

Woo-hoo! A cameo appearance on the webcomic, Day by Day by Chris Muir!

Shiny Book Review gives The More Things Change an A+, and El Vengador an A-!

Dr. Amy H. Sturgis, author and professor of History, has promoted the Displaced Detective books
yet again! This time they are featured in her article, "Sherlock Holmes and Science Fiction, in issue #10
of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine!

Read the wide-ranging, no-holds-barred interview that Shiny Book Review did with me!

Reading Reality has reviewed The Case of the Displaced Detective: The Arrival,
The Case of the Displaced Detective: At Speed, and
The Case of the Cosmological Killer: The Rendlesham Incident and Endings and Beginnings!
She says the series is " so damn much fun that I couldnít stop reading the series...The
authorís solution...is sheer genius."

Downloadable wallpaper, based on cover art, now available for laptops, desktops, & smartphones!

Bibliotica "smitten," calls the "rich and well developed" Displaced Detective "literary crack"!

The Exploding Spaceship reviews The Case of the Cosmological Killer: Endings and Beginnings for Bull Spec magazine!

The Bunker is available on CD as an audiobook! Coming soon to Audible!

Now available: AUTOGRAPHED BOOKS, straight from the author!

Dr. Amy H. Sturgis, author and professor of History, has given lectures on "Sherlock Holmes and
Science Fiction." I was fortunate enough to attend one of these and to my surprise, found she
was using the Displaced Detective series as a prime example of the genre crossover! Now her
video lecture is available online!


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FUN STUFF!

DeepSouthCon 50's first panel, "Creating Aliens," filmed by Tedd Roberts
(is about an hour long; make sure you have time)

The Weird Review interviews me at FandomFest!
(this one is shorter)



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