If you want to hear what I sound like you can go to www.storysalon.com and listen to the podcasts titled "All Is Vanity
" 7/07, "March Madness
" 3/07, or "I Should Have Kept My Big Mouth Shut
" 01/06 - None are thriller's or crime stories - they are 1st person accounts of stuff that has happened in my past. My stories are either 2nd or 3rd in the podcast, and each story is under 7 minutes long, so you don't have to listen too long to hear them.
But only if you really… Continue
Posted on August 2, 2007 at 7:18am
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Thanks for the compliments on my 3D efforts. It's a lot of fun using 3D to generate character images. As for the anthology BLUE RELIGION, I'm blessed to be in it.
This is the reason that I enjoy this site...two sides of the world LA and Atlanta...and a Plan 9 from Outer Space reference
I heard Wall Street Noir reviewed on an LA NPR station yesterday and they mentioned Mark Haskell Smith's story about the day trader locked in a car trunk...it's great!
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