Category Archives: websites

interview on jan bowman’s blog

Author Jan Bowman was kind enough to interview me about Dragontamer’s Daughters, the Navajo Water Project, writing and publishing indie-style, and who I like to read.  Drop by Jan’s blog and check it out.      

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looking back, looking ahead

2013 was a good year for my budding writer career: I started (in earnest) drafting Lost Dogs, my next work; I learned a lot at the Bay to Ocean conference and I joined the Eastern Shore Writers Association; I sold … Continue reading

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in praise (again) of james arnold

The other day, I received the latest issue of the Washington College Magazine (WC is where I received my Master’s Degree) and was pleased to find an article (“Art Class is Risky Business“) written by my friend James Arnold.   … Continue reading

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a sunny review for dtd 1

Barbara Ann at Sun Mountain Reviews gives Dragontamer’s Daughters Part 1: Pearl a “Good Read” rating:   Bella and Ali are very close, and they have their moments of bickering and conflicts typical of siblings.  They also serve as character … Continue reading

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so i got that goin’ for me, which is nice

Yesterday, I received some appreciation from the folks at Wattpad.com, where anyone can read both Dragontamer’s Daughters books.     As I’ve mentioned before, Wattpad is a site where anyone can upload and/or download stories to read, for free.  Because … Continue reading

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my name is “kenton kilgore”

Despite what you might think, “Kenton Kilgore” is not a pen name: it’s real, and only two other people (that I know of) in the U.S. have it.  For the curious, here’s a link to more about my unusual name. … Continue reading

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lord of the…WHOA!

(hat tip to A.L. Phillips)   Iffn you’re a Tolkien fan (as I am), you will love artist Jian Guo’s simulated “stained glass” images of characters and scenes from The Hobbit, The Lord of The Rings, and The Silmarillion.  Here’s … Continue reading

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learning from “tropes vs. women”

I swear, I’m forever behind the curve on pop culture things.  I only realized how awesome Led Zeppelin was after they’d broken up.  I only saw maybe one or two episodes each of Cheers, Friends, and Seinfeld.  I started watching … Continue reading

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not “going there” on politics

I like to discuss a range of topics on this blog: mostly fantasy and science-fiction, of course, as that’s what I read, what I watch, what I write.  But also book writing and publishing; superheroes and horror; people, influences, and … Continue reading

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sci-fi or fantasy? how about sci-fi AND fantasy?

There’s a long (but well-worth reading) post on the blog of sci-fi writer John C. Wright wherein Wright tackles the age-old question of what differentiates science fiction from fantasy.  It’s a thorny question, and not as easy to answer as … Continue reading

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