Tag: enid

  • 3 New Books for June

    I’ve been busy since school let out less than a month ago. I’ve edited two books and published them, plus one more. All of them are outside my usual genre. Now it’s time to promote them and try to convince you to buy them. First up is A Light Beyond. This is one I imagined several […]

  • Christmas. Enid, OK. 1970s.

    Christmas. The end of the year. It’s time to look back and be nostalgic, right? Like Ralphie in A Christmas Story. But I didn’t grow up in the late 1940s like he did. My childhood was the psychedelic and disco-infused decade of the 1970s. Enid, Oklahoma, didn’t have big department stores downtown with windows full of […]

  • Halloween in a Box

    Have you been to one of the Halloween superstores yet? Believe me, I have. They’re a great place to go, though I tend to only get a few pieces there each year. I prefer to put my costumes together myself to ensure I don’t encounter anyone else who is dressed just like me. That’s harder […]

  • RIP Johnny Quarles

    My mom called the other day to give me a piece of bad news. Johnny Quarles died early Sunday morning. You likely haven’t heard of Johnny. He published his first novel, Brack, in the late 1980s. I went to his first booksigning and was wowed by the line of people snaking around inside Enid’s Oakwood […]

  • RIP Johnny Quarles

    My mom called the other day to give me a piece of bad news. Johnny Quarles died early Sunday morning. You likely haven’t heard of Johnny. He published his first novel, Brack, in the late 1980s. I went to his first booksigning and was wowed by the line of people snaking around inside Enid’s Oakwood […]