Nov. 13, 2022
Death by Typo audio podcasts
Click below to link to the latest audio podcast version of Death by Typo!
Sep. 25, 2022
The Book of Wizzy
'Her travels and studies eventually took her far from the land of her pioneer forebears'
Sep. 2, 2022
Journey of an Invisible Woman
'My journey has been experienced by many women'
Aug. 9, 2022
The Girl Who Was Me Is Gone
'A flight for survival, unrequited love, secret documents, and a vengeful enemy--it all sounds like great fun.'
Jul. 21, 2022
Hand of Glory
'There are several different tellings of this myth, but almost all revolve around the mysterious powers'
Jul. 12, 2022
The Bucket List: Wieners, Beer & Rock-n-roll
'So I'm wondering if I can sell my beerginity to one of the Big Beer Companies?'
Jul. 2, 2022
A Mountain of Problems
'One has to strike a balance so that one doesn't miss the great scenery, the good times with friends, and the occasional pride of hungry lions.'
Jun. 19, 2022
The Book Tour from Hell
'Because I'm a worrier and I EXPECT Fate to throw a monkeywrench into the machine at some point, I try to prepare for possible disasters.'
Jun. 8, 2022
Your Big TV Interview
'You probably ARE a completely incompetent pretender. But there's no need for viewers of your interview to know this.'
Jun. 1, 2022
Wrestling for Jalapeno Poppers
'The flurry of activity will help keep our minds off of how few books we are likely to sell'
May. 19, 2022
'With all our advances, the majesty of the universe is there to remind us to be humble.'
May. 9, 2022
Have an Ice-cold Coke
'My Book Has Arrived!'
May. 8, 2022
Run for the Peanuts
Since yesterday was the annual running of the Kentucky Derby, it seems appropriate to write about horses in pre-dynastic Egypt. Appropriate but impossible, sinc
May. 6, 2022
Make Sure Your Cake Doesn't Have a Basement
'If someone says "Egypt" to me after dark, even today, I'm up all night, thinking of mummies.'
May. 4, 2022
I did it! Help!
I did a little dance in the living room. It was not pretty.
May. 2, 2022
You Can't Buy a Vowel
Just imagine: I could be chased down by a flaming sheep.
Nov. 11, 2022
'I grew up in a police station in rural Australia where the police phone and radio sat on our kitchen bench.'
Marvin Gaye, Jim Croce and the Art of Bookselling
'ANY guy can be cool if the production values are high enough.'
Aug. 29, 2022
Golf and Writing: It's All about Balls
'It's entirely possible that after fifty years of play and practice, I have actually gotten WORSE!'
Aug. 7, 2022
Writer's Block Looks like a Casserole
'Like Ben Franklin, I write, wear wire-framed glasses, have a wood stove in my home, and am easily distracted by food'
Beer and Zombies
'That time you accepted a dare to run naked down Main Street at two in the morning'
Jul. 3, 2022
Assassins of Alamut
'Boschert's craft has been influenced by colorful and sometimes dangerous life experiences.'
The Lockwoods of Clonakilty
'Bois believes that it’s important to share the stories not only of soldiers, but also of those who wait for them to come home'
Novels for Those Who Love the Sea
'At sea, there are a thousand ways to die or be defeated, and the Clay books offer no shortage of derring do.'
Jun. 3, 2022
Jake for Mayor
The original script for Jake for Mayor was optioned for a movie...the dream of almost every writer.
May. 29, 2022
The Man in the Spider Web Coat
'His bio told me he writes satire and was named Australia's Funniest IT writer'
May. 10, 2022
Please Pass the Goose Feet
'Consumption of poultry feet may lead to insanity.'
A Little Taste of Crazy
'I will not be trying haggis any time soon.'
May. 7, 2022
So Many Cleopatras, So Little Time
'One can only the imagine the conversations between potential tomb workers and the HR representative at the hiring interview.'
May. 5, 2022
Absolutely Accurate...Sort Of
'By writing this, you've just accidentally released a malicious 5,000-year-old demi-god.'
May. 3, 2022
Beer & Crocodiles Don't Mix
'Share your beer with the croc. It's your only chance.'