New Outreach Strategy for a New Year

Now that I’ve built a familiarity with current trends with my weekly posts I feel capable of commenting on new developments so will start that as a monthly feature in 2017.


Bricolage is in print

Bricolage is available in print on Amazon’s US, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy and Japan stores.

I have a universal link for those areas.

Here’s the US link if anyone in Canada is interested in the book because the Universal link will redirect you the Canadian Kindle page and the paperback doesn’t show there at this time.

Top Three Fantasy Inspiration Picks for December 29, 2016

This week’s picks include LOTR casting what-ifs and goat horns on driver’s license photos!

David Bowie was almost Gandalf in ‘Lord of the Rings’ but was ‘too busy’

Pagan priest gets OK to wear goat horns for U.S. driver’s licence photo

This is a current example of the the kind of fantasy writing these tidbits inspire in me: Kateri’s Tales

If that whets your appetite you can get more news of the fantasy writing in the pipeline from the Khiatons Monthly/Update mailing list



Science Fiction Inspiration Picks for the Week ending December 25,2016

This week’s picks are holographic wives and an EM drive from China!

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Top Three Fantasy Inspiration Picks for December 22, 2016

Now I have Youtube videos to match my picks. See a Sorting Hat shaped spider, Is Atlantis in Antarcrtic?, the reconstructed Jericho Skull


Indigenous Scifi: Oienkwanonwe is Out

My story “Oienkwaonwe” is finally out in Theytus Books’  Mitewachimowina: Indigenous Science Fiction and Speculative Storytelling anthology. I get to share space with established aboriginal writers!


Science Fiction Inspiration Picks for the Week ending December 18,2016

I got feedback it’d be best to include videos so I picked articles that had embeddable Youtube content I could embed into this post. Now you can see
nano-sharships, electric whips for space junk and superfast Wi-Fi in action.