Mailing list changes, new website, and new releases!

Just a few important updates…


I am moving all of my mailing list subscribers to a new system, and if you’re a subscriber you will receive an email notification when I do so (if you’re not sure, you can sign up here). I haven’t been satisfied with the layout and the overwhelming ads on the current system, and I also want to have more control over the updates that you receive. I’d rather send you personally written notes than automatic updates, and I’m sure you’d appreciate that too! In return for all the support you have given me over the years, you deserve that and much more. And it’s about damn time that you get it.


Soon enough you will finally get to see the brand new website that I have been working on to replace the current blog (UPDATED 4/19/2013: You're looking at the new site right now!), and it will also be at a brand new location on the web, so you don’t have to keep pressing refresh on the current website hoping to see it! I’ll let you know where it is when the time comes so you can delete your old links and replace them with the new one (UPDATED 4/19/2013: Replace any or links in your bookmarks or favorites with This is where you'll be able to find me from here on out.). I really think you’ll love the new look…


Of course all of these changes are really just me gearing up for the main event, which is a series of book releases! Everything is still on track for my first poetry collection, Kinetic Sculpture, to be released between 10/31 and 12/31 (UPDATED 4/19/2013: That didn't happen and the title may or may not change but it's on its way!)  in various formats (print standard, print deluxe, Kindle, Nook, iBooks, etc.). Soon after that my first novel (the first in a series!) will also be released. I won’t be resting any time soon, and there’s still the music coming up somewhere in the midst of all that. I feel like I’ve been waiting a lifetime to share all of this work with you, and that’s because I have. My 30th birthday is coming up on the last day of October and I can’t think of a more fitting way to begin the next decade of my life than by finally throwing caution to the wind and putting my books out there for people to read. I hope that I have your support in this venture, and I promise you that I will always put 100% of my heart and soul into every single project.

Thank you, as always, for the support and encouragement that you have given me. Onward to the next chapter, with gratitude to you…

The Great Beagle Caper of 2012

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