Was $7.95, now $3.95

      The Kindle price for Fearkiller (Volume 1) has been reduced. The reason I did this is that Fearkiller (Volume 2) will be here sooner or later. (Can’t provide more details than that, but will when I can.) If you go to Fearkiller (Volume 1)‘s Amazon page and preview the first chapters, you meet Doc in chapter … Continue reading

Fearkiller (Volume 2) epigraph

Hi everyone, I hope all is well and this crazy world isn’t freaking you out too much. More news soon, but I wanted to share the Epigraph for Fearkiller (Volume 2). This is the opening before everything begins, with relevant quotes from other sources to set up the story. In the meantime, Like Fearkiller on Facebook  … and … Continue reading

The state of law enforcement, beyond Ferguson

I keep thinking about Ferguson, MO. And I keep thinking that the issue is much larger. Here is an angle on all of this that I haven’t read about. Everywhere, all across America, law enforcement is feeling its own brand of stress. Our nation—namely, the right wing and their severe austerity approach to government spending—is … Continue reading

Military personnel and fetuses: the similarities

I’m writing this as our GOP Congress is roadblocking a new veterans’ aid bill. The Senate’s version of the bill passed with a vote of 93-3. But Wall Street—excuse me, the Republicans in The House of Representatives—won’t have it. Two groups of human beings, our people in uniform and fetuses, have something in common. As an ideal, … Continue reading

“Navy One” (chapter excerpt)

– From Fearkiller (Volume 1), available now at Amazon.   Navy One enters the traffic pattern, an invisible, spiraling-downward, racetrack oval that runs counterclockwise in the air around the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln. Normally, this flight pattern would be filled with other jets, each descending in its own semi-circular left turn. Each jet forty-five seconds … Continue reading

My father. CEO.

  I say a lot of critical things about CEOs. These days, as rentier economics is taking over, they earn my negativity. Articles like this one prove my point. The way many CEOs run their businesses today, I think of the words from a meme I recently saw. I believe it was for the AFL-CIO: … Continue reading

It’s time to revolutionize

Chapter excerpt from Fearkiller (Volume One):   Our first, most obvious target audience is people who own fish, right? The genius of where the Egan® brand is headed is that this target audience is age, gender, political affiliation, and demo-psycho-graphic neutral. They own fish. Fish that need to be kept in line. But we’re not thinking … Continue reading

So my story got a report card…

Last fall, I found yourfirstreview.com. The price was nice, so I thought, why not? As part of their review service, they offered a Report Card. The idea of grading my story had never occurred to me, I was intrigued to see how would Fearkiller (Volume 1) would do in school. And grades are in, I’m proud to share. … Continue reading