I did another podcast!

With Jason Henderson. I talk writing and Infected: Media Life with Jason Henderson

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Lucky Seven post

I got tagged on Facebook by MJ O’Shea for this. Here are the rules: 1. Go to page 77 (or 7th) of your current ms 2. Go to line 7 3. Copy down the next 7 lines-sentences or paragraphs- and post them as they’re written. No cheating. 4. Tag 7 other authors. No cheating. **** So here are seven sentences from my work in progress “prequel”, Infected: Paris: Paris snickered, enjoying their back and forth. “Actually, it’s kind of hot.”   Roan raised an eyebrow at that. Was he gay or just teasing him? He couldn’t tell, but he didn’t get the sense he was being made fun of. Well, beyond his fashion sense, which was fair game.   “Don’t encourage him,” Dee said, picking up a...

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I did a podcast!

I talk about Infected, and a hundred other things. NSFW! I am filthy.

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Win a copy of Infected: Freefall!

If you answer my question correctly, you could win an e-copy of the book. It's a super easy question too.

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First chapter (for a while!) of Infected: Revolution

First chapter (for a while!) of Infected: Revolution

It was going to be a clusterfuck, of that there was no doubt. The only question was how big a clusterfuck. Roan wasn't going to bother the Kims with any of this,and although Randi requested to be kept in the loop, he spared her from this as well. Mainly he kept this between him, Holden, and Fiona, although even that wasn't strictly true. He told Dylan, and even though Scott had been called up to the Vancouver Canucks, Holden had obviously clued him in, as Richie had called Roan to offer his help (along with Jeff's, whom he was going to drag into things whether he wanted to be in it or not). Roan told him it might not be the best idea, as what if he was recognized, but that just made him laugh. Only hard core Falcons fans would know who he was on sight, and the day he was afraid of a bunch of god squad whackadoos (his words) was the day he quit hockey and started selling insurance. If he wasn't up against he would have turned him down, but he knew Richie and Jeff were intimidating looking (a nose broken several times and a scarred face had that effect), and were more than capable of taking care of themselves, so he agreed to let them help. It was weird enough that he was putting together a security detail for a funeral. But life these days was pretty fucking weird.

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