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Kevin Brennan Is Self-Publishing His New Novel

One night in Paris

Here, you may enjoy St. Vincent singing a song in the Paris apartment of Steve Nieve, Elvis Costello’s extraordinary keyboard man. You may also enjoy the stunning black and white … Continue reading

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Occasional Soulmates — hot off the presses!

Occasional Soulmates is live, baby! Get your ebook here ($3.99). Get your paperback here (currently $8.99, regularly $9.99). And don’t forget, for a little while longer, Yesterday Road is available … Continue reading

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Cheap thrills of the past: Magic Fingers

Imagine my surprise when I went to visit my dad one year and found that the bed in the guest room was equipped with Magic Fingers. If you don’t know … Continue reading

October 24, 2014 · 2 Comments

She comes with one free wig, but the shipping’s a bitch!

You’ll be the talk of the town with one of these in your drawing room. It does strike me as odd that the item itself (I’m being gender neutral here) … Continue reading

October 23, 2014 · 10 Comments

The miracle that is Google Street View: Wedding Edition

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My wife has been out of town this weekend, at the wedding of the son of a dear friend of hers. Strange to be…

October 22, 2014 · 2 Comments

4 activities to avoid as a newly published indie author

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Congratulations, you’ve made it. You’ve uploaded your ebook and cover, entered a sales blurb and selected your product categories. You’ve decided on a price, agreed to the terms &…

October 21, 2014 · Leave a comment

To Bezos or not to Bezos…that is the question

So yesterday I wrote this whole long thing about Amazon (again) — prompted by Paul Krugman’s column declaring that Amazon’s business strategy is “hurting America.” This morning I realized: I … Continue reading

October 21, 2014 · 13 Comments

Una casa en lo alto de una colina

The house we’re planning to build up in the Sierra foothills is slowly starting to take shape. Above is the architect’s 3D rendering of the current design (click for a … Continue reading

October 20, 2014 · 14 Comments
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