Category Archives: Author Blog

Variants on a Theme

I thought I would go ahead and post both of these comics to give some insight into the creative process. Often when I think of an idea to a comic, it starts with the punchline, and I work my way … Continue reading

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Look What I Found at the Tattered Cover Bookstore

I’m pleased to share The Dragon Rustler is now for sale at the Tattered Cover bookstores. Yep, plural, bookstores as in more than one bookstore. And no. I didn’t sneak them in and put them on the shelves myself. Most … Continue reading

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The Tell-Tale Elf

Do you ever have the feeling that someone, or something, is watching you? Every December in the Kerr household, we experience that very feeling and the dread that accompanies it. It goes by many names: “Charley”, “Little Brother”, “Santa’s Special … Continue reading

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Santa’s Kickstater Fund

A long time ago, I used to draw comics like this once a week, sending them out to a wide distribution list, to encourage my colleagues to come out to happy hour. But having kids, moving to Denver and working … Continue reading

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How to Give a Digital Book as a Gift

A family friend recently asked me if there was a way to give a Kindle version of my book, The Dragon Rustler, as a gift. I told him, I thought so, but that I wasn’t exactly sure how to do … Continue reading

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Hugging the 800 Pound Gorilla

Indie publishing is all about trying new things and adjusting tactics on the fly. That’s one of its greatest aspects, the promise of control. It’s also about trying things that just don’t work the way you expected, and adjusting accordingly. … Continue reading

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The Reason I Write

The nine year old daughter of a good friend of mine started reading The Dragon Rustler a couple of days ago. I’ve been getting updates on her progress and know she is reading a chapter or two every night before … Continue reading

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What You May Not Have Known About, “The Martian”.

If you are one of the vast populous who has either read or watched the movie version of The Martian, by Andy Weir, you already know it’s a very entertaining story. But what you may not have known is that … Continue reading

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It’s Alive!

The Dragon Rustler is available for purchase! eBook versions are available on: Amazon for (Kindle), and on iTunes (for iPad and iPhone). You can get the Print version on Amazon. The links are also available on the right-hand side of … Continue reading

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Day Twenty Nine – Thirty: Read, Writing, and (getting into a) Rhythm

Okay, so the title is a stretch. It’s hard to be clever sometimes. While reading through the book, I found a couple of weird punctuation errors I need to correct, and since I need to change something anyhow, I decided … Continue reading

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