I hate Goodreads – the literary social network that, on the surface, is dedicated to connecting readers with books but, in reality, is just a marketing/clickbait/username farm for Amazon (which wholly owns the site). Not that there’s anything wrong with Amazon ruling our lives! But that’s a conversation for another post. Today, I want to […]
I can’t talk about this using my real persona because everyone will stop doing business with me. So — a business rant today!
I keep seeing this throwback Thursday shit — or whatever it is — on Facebook. Since I ignore all of my Facebook friends (isn’t it supposed to be all about me, anyway?), I haven’t really tuned into whatever the fuck you’re supposed to do until now. The inspiration hit me a week ago. The GS […]
I suppose we’ve all been following this Kindle bullshit, right? If not, you can go read this article, and this one has a roundup of what the media’s been reporting. You owe it to yourself – assuming you possess at least some level of intelligence – to study this development. It’s important. It can hurt […]
I should begin by saying that I’m a Luddite. I hate ebooks, and I think everybody who owns an ebook reader is in league with the devil and should be exterminated. I believe ebook owners, one and all, have contributed to the decline of quality literature, eroded the education of our youth, and, therefore, have […]
Hello GS readers! A quick note telling you to support a book that means a whole hell of a lot to me: Ray Robertson’s Moody Food. You can follow that link above to read all about it. What’s important right now is that we get it onto CBC’s Canada Reads top 10 list. It made […]
Oh my god! I think my brain is dead. But I did it – our latest book hit the printer on Friday morning, and now I just have to sit back, drink vodka, and wait for the proofs…
I’ve been stealthily avoiding all of the talk about how the publishing industry is dying because, really, are we surprised?
Oh, look, the latest book is available for preorder. Go Here. The power of Christ compels you!
From February of 2007. This picks up from mysterious and long lost commuter train notes. No idea where I was going with it… Though I did mention that high school walk home again in the recent post, Train Town.