I’ll be selling and signing books at the 53rd Annual Bluemont Fair in Bluemont, VA this weekend, Sept 16 – 17, from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Come see me! (And besides me and my books, there are all kinds of arts & crafts, fun activities, food…you name it).
Here’s a preview of the wraparound cover for the hardback edition of “Fantastic Detectives.”
So, I’ve been cooking up a little something with the guidance of my fellow author Martin Wilsey. I’m in the process of getting all my published works available as audiobooks, an endeavor I hope to have complete by the end of the year. Of course, everything sounds better if it has a cool codename, so this is…Operation Soundstorm.
The chart shows my sales figures over time (sans dollar amounts, of course). As you can see, 2023 has easily become my best-selling year ever…
It’s HEREeeeeeee! I just got my author copies of the Kickstarter edition of SOLAR FLARE today. It’s always a thrill when you open a package and pull out a copy of an anthology you’re IN.
Come meet David Keener at the Lansdowne Woods Book Fair on June 24, 2023. From 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, there will be workshops on publishing & writing, lunch with the authors, and then book signing (and sales). This is a free event.
My latest story, “Dustbowl Detective,” is appearing in the anthology SOLAR FLARE from renowned editors Patricia Bray and Joshua Palmatier. My story is a futuristic crime story set in a world ravaged by climate change.
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My new fantasy novelette, BITTER DAYS, has just been published in the ebook and a deluxe trade paperback formats by Tannhauser Press, with an awe-inspiring cover by Glenn Porter. It’s a crime story and a coming of age story set in my “Thousand Kingdoms” fantasy series.
I attended, and presented a workshop at, the First Annual Hourlings Workshop Day. The event was hosted by the Hourlings Writing Group and provided a day-long curriculum on the topic of “The Craft of the Novel.”