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Walpow shows that he never learned how to read a calendar. You benefit by getting an extra day to add One Last Hit to your library for zip-nada.
Walpow goes stark raving bonkers and starts giving it away. But it's for one day only! Mark your calendars!
In which I admit my life-long affection for professional wrestling and explain how it tied me to Joyce Carol Oates.
I try to increase my readership and find out I can't even give my work away ... at least at Amazon.
If Jefferson Airplane had been called Occupied Earth, this would have been the title of their first album.
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When an Amazon countdown fails to kickstart dreadful e-book sales, Walpow investigates tawdry alternatives and finds one that suits his genetic makeup.
For a couple of days, get "Push," based on a short story selected for the Year's Best Mystery series, for a paltry 99 cents.
Let's talk about dogs. And dog owners. Most dogs are good dogs, if you give them a chance. Some owners are good, a few bad. Then there are those who don't have a clue.
The science fiction/crime anthology includes my "Johnny and the Warehouse Women," featuring Annie and Johnny from "Logan's Young Guns."
He writes. He edits. He signs up with freelance services to ensure that the dogs don't run out of kibble.
Walpow edits Phillips. Phillips edits Walpow. Walpow edits Phillips again. Thus goes the circle of life.