Here are links to interesting sites of other authors and to sites for readers—like me. I’ll try to add some artwork and other details from each site as I also add additional links
Owen Thomas Fiction Owen is an independent author of literary fiction, living in Alaska. He also features the work of other independent literary fiction authors and provides links to their sites.
James Babb, Author James Babb was the winner of the IPPY Bronze Medal for Juvenile Fiction, 2014, for his book “The Devil’s Backbone”. James lives in Arkansas.
Darby Karchut, Author Darby Karchut is a Colorado author and winner of the IPPY Silver Medal for Juvenile Fiction, for her book “Fin Finnegen”
The Colorado Author’s League An organization for Colorado authors.
Louise White Author of The Calling and Chasing the Demon, A young Adult books series. Louise lives in Scotland.
Beach Bound Books: A blog on books by Stacie Theis
Cheryl Carpinello’s Writing Pages Cheryl is a blogger, writing about writing and books.
David Yoo David Yoo is an author and teaches in the MFA program at Pine Manor College and at the Gotham Writers’ Workshop.
Wendy Gedack is a local (to the Pikes Peak Region) photographer.
Local Bookstores that have Offered my Books in the Past
Local Editions Book Store, is located in Longmont Colorado and is dedicated exclusively to Colorado Authors.
Other Links—People With Whom I’ve Worked
Belle Étoile Studios —Book Editing and Design. Michael edited The Boy Who Ran, and Jamie did design on both The Boy Who Ran and The Balance
John Hudspith (Editor, Writer) John was the final editor on The Balance.
Cuong Nhu Martial Arts I was fortunate enough to study Grand Master Ngo Dong’s style under his tutelage and that of his family while I was at the University of Florida in the early 80’s. Ngo Dong was a remarkable person.
Businesses and Service Resources
Amazon.com (A good source for virtually anything.)
United Airlines (I do my best to use UAL when I travel to conduct research for my books. Having a United Milage Plus card helps me manage travel costs.)
Ingram’s Lightning Source (I use Ingram’s Lightning Source for the production of print books, and for global distribution)
Apple Computers (Since 2011, I switched from using PC-type computers to Apple—they just work and I don’t have to worry about keeping the system up and healthy)
Microsoft (I use word to write. I’ve used word for many many years and own their Office professional (business) edition license on every computer I own)
Subaru (Living in Colorado, where Subaru is considered to be the unofficial—official state car, I can say that my Subaru Outback does a great job of getting me around to book fairs, even when snow covers the roads.)