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Buried in Angst Now On Audiobook

2021-01-31T14:52:44-06:00February 17th, 2020|Audiobooks, Books, gotAngst, New Release|

I mentioned in my hiatus blog post that I had several surprises planned for 2020, and the first one is here. Buried in Angst, the second novel in the Angst fantasy series is available now on Audible, Amazon and iTunes. When Michael Troughton agreed to narrate the [...]


2021-01-31T09:51:34-06:00January 30th, 2020|Books, David, gotAngst|

I’ve been in hiding the last few months. A whirlwind of holidays and family, puppies and remodeling, extra hours at the day job (too many), and a little writer’s block put much of my writing on hiatus over the last few months. It’s slowed work on my next book, kept me from writing blog [...]

All Good Things

2021-01-31T10:31:48-06:00June 12th, 2019|Cons, David|

After completing my first fantasy novel, Angst, in 2010, I didn’t know what to do. I wasn’t in a place personally to face rejection letters from potential publishers. I’ve always been a grass roots sort of person, so I published it myself. Readers started buying ebooks, but selling more required marketing abilities beyond my [...]

Angst Team Profile: Sarah

2021-01-31T10:45:24-06:00June 3rd, 2019|Books, Cons, gotAngst, Muses, Team|

I was in line for a hot dog at one of my daughter’s Parent’s Night marching band rehearsals when a young woman approached. “You’re Joanne’s dad, right?” she asked. “Yeah,” I said, wondering what I had done wrong. “I loved Angst!” she said with a broad smile. “Oh, thank you,” I said, surprised. “How [...]

It started with a good man

2021-01-31T11:32:37-06:00April 5th, 2019|Books, Cons, David, gotAngst, Team|

I’ve given away plenty of books over the years to friends, co-workers I like, or kind people who deserve something more than a high-five. I consider it a personal way to say thank you. Sure, I hope they are hooked into reading my stuff. While always appreciated, I rarely hear anything and am convinced [...]

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