I have a new book of short stories available for the Kindle:
As it says on the cover, they are short stories based on TV shows I pitched to networks.
So, if you're curious what kinds of shows are, "As Not Seen on TV," here are a few adapted into short stories.
Pulp Life was pitched as a comedy-noir cable show (it has swearing and…Continue
Posted on November 18, 2011 at 12:26am
Finally my first novel, DIRTY SWEET, is available for the Kindle for under ten bucks ($7.16 - no idea how it ended up at that).
The book was first published in Canada by ECW Press and then picked up for publication in the USA by Harcourt. A paperback version did get published just at the time Harcourt merged with Houghton Miflin but I don't know if any…Continue
Posted on December 13, 2010 at 12:38pm
A short story I wrote, Grow House, is now available for free on Smashwords, here.
The story appeared online in Demoiltion Magazine.
The description on Smashwords is:
Stand-off in a suburban grow op. Freddie is robbing the place, Victor has come to kill him, Steve is caught in the middle and Holly is looking for a quiet…Continue
Posted on July 24, 2010 at 8:35am — 1 Comment
The cop show I worked on last year in Toronto, The Bridge, has finally been officially added to the CBS summer schedule and will debut on Saturday, July 10th at 8:00 pm.
Here is the show's description from CBS:
THE BRIDGE is a drama about a tough and dedicated police officer who is voted to become the police union's dynamic leader. To serve the public as well as his 8,000 fellow officers, charismatic Frank Leo (Aaron Douglas) battles criminals on the street,…
Posted on May 28, 2010 at 1:03am — 6 Comments
A couple of years ago a short story I wrote called Barbotte appeared in Dave Zeltserman's webzine Hard Luck Stories, edited by Ed Gorman.
Now Smashwords has made it easy for me to give the story away in a bunch of different formats. I use the Stanza app to read Smashwords books on my iPod. You don't need a dedicated e-reader, the books can be read online and are also available as .pdf and text…Continue
Posted on May 21, 2010 at 7:47am