There are a number of newspapers in Athens, Greece. Only one is printed in English. My publisher, Rebel ePublishers, and I have been trying to contact any of them, without success, since the release of Stealing the Marbles in September of last year. Early in May, from extreme left field, I received a website contact… Continue reading Interview in an Athen’s Newspaper
As Gerasimos abrasively points out in the first chapter of Stealing The Marbles, construction, under the supervision of the sculptor Phidias and the architects, Iktinos and Kallikrates, began on the present day Parthenon in 447 BC and was essentially completed by 432 BC, though work on the decorations continued until at least 431 BC. A… Continue reading The Parthenon – Part 1
I’m planning to start an Only On Sunday Author Interview series soon, along with a Hump Day Guest Blogger series. Further details will be available shortly. In the mean time, let me start the interview series out with an interview with the protagonist of my novel Stealing The Marbles, Danny Samsel. I managed to catch… Continue reading An Interview with Danny Samsel
Stealing the Marbles launches in 13 days. The Kindle version is now available at Amazon for preorder. If you like it, please review it on Amazon.
The end of 06 draws nigh, it’s snowing in Albuquerque, and I have finally finished the rewrite of Stealing The Marbles. I liked the story well enough the first time around. It got me an agent, however unprofessional that agent may have conducted himself during the time he pretended to represent the book. I must… Continue reading Stealing The Marbles