An interview with no less than Tom Turner himself

The Blackfriars Courant is a delightful bit of Victorian yellow journalism, at its very best. Editor in Chief, Penelope Dreadfulle, snagged up some delightful comments for this interview.  It is possibly the most innovative "review" The Volcano Lady and The Gaslight Adventures of Tom Turner has ever received. http://blackfriarscourant.wordpress.com/2014/10/12/exclusive-interview-with-tom-turner-scoundrel-or-hero/

Extra! Extra! Read All About It!!!

In case you hadn't heard, there is some exciting news to start off October. First, the Audio version of The Yankee Must Die (the Gaslight Adventures of Tom Turner #!) has been released.  You can now order this audio book, narrated by the brilliant and talented Patrick R. Golden, on Audible.com, Amazon.com, and iTunes. Also, …

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The Omnibus Edition of the Gaslight Adventures

This large scale publication is ready now on Amazon.com.  The Gaslight Adventures is a compilation of the Tom Turner Trilogy with more.  Historical notes, illustrations and photographs, personal notes from the author, and stories of a real life, Wild West inventor.  The Omnibus Edition brings all this together in one volume. Kindle and Smashwords editions …

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Backstory, we don’t need no stinkin’ backstory

Hola, fellow authors: I was just reading an article about where to start your novel or short story.  The blogger insists that beginning in a character’s childhood is both boring and unnecessary.  In fact, she suggests that readers don’t really need to know about your character’s growing up into the adults they will be. I …

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