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Tucson Festival of Books 2022

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The Tucson Festival of Books has become one of the country’s biggest book events. It’s been virtual for the last two years, but this year it’s in-person again, March 12-13, and Marsheila (Marcy) Rockwell and I will be there, in our usual spot (for those of you who’ve attended before), Booth #116. That booth was […]

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Two Bits of Book News for Twosday 2/22/22

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Although it was announced as a February 23 release, Amazon started selling McKittrick Ransom, book 2 of my Cody Cavanaugh series of classic western novels, on 2/22/22. Perfect timing for book 2. Here’s the description, courtesy of Wolfpack Publishing: “A RANSOM THAT CAN ONLY BE PAID IN BLOOD – BOOK TWO IN JEFFREY J. MARIOTTE’S […]

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Cody’s Here!

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I got my copies of O’Meara’s Gold in the mail this week. No matter how many books I’ve published, it’s always a thrill to open a big box of them from the publisher. This time it’s especially sweet, because this is my first “traditional” Western novel–a genre that’s long held a special fascination for me, […]

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Busy, Busy, Busy

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This week O’Meara’s Gold, the first book in my Cody Cavanaugh Western novel trilogy came out from Wolfpack Publishing. I’ve been trying to promote it here and there, along with continuing to promote 2021’s release Blood and Gold: The Legend of Joaquin Murrieta. They’re both Western novels, but B&G is a historical epic about a […]

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Cody Cavanaugh Rides Into Your Town

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O’Meara’s Gold, the first Cody Cavanaugh western novel, lands tomorrow, January 26! If you’ve pre-ordered, thank you, and you should be getting yours right away. But if you didn’t, you can still grab it anywhere books are sold online. So you can get a head start on reading, here’s page 1: And here are some […]

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Introducing Cody Cavanaugh

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From his vantage point on a gentle rise at the rear of the column, Cody Cavanaugh could see the line of blue coats stretched out for a mile or more between the pines hemming in the road from each side. On this fine autumn day under a bright sun, birds would have been singing if […]

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On Alex Segura’s “Secret Identity”

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I firmly believe that the 1970s was the most outstanding, most innovative, and most interesting decade for American comic books. The big two were primarily focused on their superhero characters–Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman at DC, Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, and the Avengers at Marvel–but they were trying new things with them. Some worked (the […]

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Local Author Fair Saturday 12/4

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Although Marsheila (Marcy) Rockwell and I were scheduled to appear at TusCon last month, we had to cancel that trip. That means this Saturday’s Local Author Fair at the Red Mountain Library in Mesa, AZ, will be our first public appearance since the COVID lockdown began in 2020. We have tons of new books (or […]

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BLOOD AND GOLD Reactions

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Responses are starting to trickle in to new novel Blood and Gold: The Legend of Joaquin Murrieta. It’s always tough for small-press books to get traction, but this one is being noticed in some interesting places. There was, for example, this TikTok review that gave the book “10 stars out of 5” and called it […]

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New Website, New Blog, and Sad Announcement

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Welcome to my brand-spankin’-new snazzy website. Look around and you’ll see all kinds of cool stuff. You can sort the publications by series, by genre, by original vs. tie-in, etc. You can quickly see what’s comics, what’s nonfiction, what’s short fiction, and more. And from now on, my blog will be right here on the […]

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