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The Portland Book Review’s Take on Chimera

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Outside of Amazon, this is the first official review of Chimera. It’s always fascinating for a writer to see his work critiqued by an impartial observer. With no context and no connection to the book’s creator, the reviewer can only judge the book on its own merits and nothing else. The author and reviewer are strangers to one another, and only the book speaks between them. I like...

“Chimera” Finally Released From My Imagination: It’s LIT (-erature)!

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I heard the two obligatory knocks on my front door from the UPS dude and, as though our couch was equipped with a nuclear launch option, shot out of my afternoon stupor and onto the front porch. A square, brown package was resting at my feet in the sunlight. The realization dawned on me…I was about to meet my dream-book Chimera for the first time! I tore the package open without ceremony...

Four Golden Book-Bytes from the Braid

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If you’re ever in downtown Salt Lake City with some serious book-reading blues, drop by Golden Braid Books (151 south/500 east on the grid) and pay me a visit. Chances are I’ll be chillin’, maybe giving someone an aura reading, maybe finding another collection of Native American poetry to bury my nose in, maybe even writing a pithy limerick on my third cup of coffee. (This is a...

Building A House Starts With A Single Nail: My First Post

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Let’s face it, it used to SUCK being a writer. A day-job, bring-home-the-bacon kind of writer, that is. If you wanted to have your profound words read by the world, it wasn’t just a matter of clicking a button–you had to go through a disinterested third party, commonly known as a publisher, who couldn’t care less about your “satoris in Paris” and literary...

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