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The Demonologist Goes Greek

There’s another foreign language for The Demonologist:  Greek.  Klidarithmos will translate and publish my novel, and good on them.  Publishing in Greece (anything in Greece) can’t be easy at the moment, and I’m grateful to the commitment they’re making to … More

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The Demonologist in Holland

I’m so happy to report that The Demonologist has its first foreign language sale.  The language is Dutch, and the publisher is Ambo|Anthos, which is my longest-standing publisher, the only one to have published all of my novels.  I really … More

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The (Un)Importance of the First Line

Writers can be superstitious ninnies, often almost Victorian in their quaint forms of lace-and-candle spiritualism.  Take, for instance, the belief that “My Characters Speak to Me.”  By this way of approaching the creative process, the writer is a sensitive, the … More

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The Demonologist Finds a Home in North America

More great news I can now share!  (I don’t know what I could possibly post next week.  “Dog craps on rug…AGAIN!”  Or maybe “Toronto author proves that cure for common cold remains elusive”). Anyway, it’s been announced in Publishers Weekly … More

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The Demonologist and the Movies

So it’s rather a lot to report all at once (I really have to get better at this blog thing) but, to begin, I’ve written a new novel.  It’s called The Demonologist.  And though it won’t see the light of … More

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