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Tuesday, November 11, 2014

I'm Back!

I must apologize.

I pretty much abandoned this blog over the past few years, as my life got very complicated and I focused on my writing.

So what's been happening the past few years?  Pill Hill Press, the original publisher of my novel "The Weaving" and assorted short stories and novellas went out of business, for one thing.  They did it right, announcing it was going to happen and why, paying due royalties, and assigning back rights to all our books so I can eventually republish.  These small press publishers tend to be labors of love by one person or couple, and this sort of thing happens.

And I've really gotten busy writing a series of stories for a new publisher, Victory Tales Press.  I call it my Appalachia Supernatural series and people like them enough for me to continue the adventures of the Sherritt witches as they battle evil and fall in love, usually at the same time.

So here's what I promise.  As soon as I figure out how to do it, I'll completely update this blog.  Right now I can't remember or figure out how to change a darned thing so it will take me a few days.  And I will post on a regular (maybe weekly) basis on what's happening.

See you on the flip side.    


  1. Hi Gerald! I'm looking forward to the 2014 Autumn Collection Book Blast and Review Tour! (I LOVE Man of Her Dreams so far!!!)

  2. Hi, Gerald! You and I read each other's work about 15 years ago on a now-defunct writer's group website by a big publisher (Del Ray? I can't remember). I kept up with 2 people from the group for years - you and John Hoddy. I eventually lost track of you, but I still keep in touch with him on facebook. Recently, I was reminded of your name, and I thought I'd look you up and see what you're doing. I wanted to recommend The Weaving to my podcast audience if it had been published. I see it has, but there's no ebook version. Bummer! Most of my audience readers or listens in digital (ebook or MP3 audio book - that's their poison). Anyway, I'd love to hear how you're doing. It's easy to get in contact with me on my website, twitter, or FB. Drop me a line if you get this!

  3. and thanks to both of you for posting and my sincere apologies for not replying. no excuse. i entirely forgot to check/