This blog details my fictional adventures, forays in traditional publishing and the emerging world of ebooks. If nothing else, it’s meant to be a kick in the pants to get more writing done–plus the odd tanget.
For my day job over the past ten years, I’ve managed small slices of big web sites for even bigger companies, which basically means I spend my day sending e-mails and going to meetings. Prior to this life, I scribbled for a living. I published over 50 book reviews with “The Seattle Times,” including my thoughts on novels by Ursula K. Le Guin, Neil Gaiman, and China Miéville. I also penned tomes on fun stuff like banking and taxes. The most notable project during this stint is the book I ghostwrote for a “longevity expert” who died before the book was published, though I did still get paid.
You can reach me at djmorel [at sign] yahoo [dot] com.