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In the category of shameless self-promotion, here’s a video about my new book, The Unexpected Traveler. It’s a “behind the scenes” look at how the maps were created, in the form of an interview with Brett Pfister, who did the … Continue reading
Randy Cassingham’s weird-but-true newsletter, This is True has named this website, www.dcasler.com, as “Bonzer Site of the Week!” Here’s Randy’s writeup: BONZER WEB SITE OF THE WEEK: http://dCasler.com — Southwestern Colorado Blog. Yeah, really: this is just some guy’s blog. … Continue reading
Normally I confine my publishing stuff to the Mt. Sneffels Press website, but I’m just too excited to limit myself to an announcement on only one website! My fantasy epic action adventure novel, The Unexpected Traveler, is now available on … Continue reading
Wow! They called and asked me to do this one! Cool! I love doing these things. For details, see this post at my writing and publishing website.