Nonfiction

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Well, let me say this up front: it doesn’t have to be complicated. For instance, I recently pulled Take Back Your Privacy from Amazon’s KDP Select program, and as of yesterday you can get it free via Smashwords. It’ll hit more retailers (update: like Kobo) soon. But, hey, it’s free already. Done! Right? Why’d I

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Hey y’all! I played around with the website design yesterday. Most of you get these posts via either RSS or email, but if you want to see a pic of me smoking a cigar and looking ridiculous from last Thanksgiving? You can. It’d be more fun to have included more of the pic–there was this

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Hi! First off? Some of you like to talk to me by hitting “reply” to my emailed posts. Which is very cool. I like it a bunch. However, if you’re using one of Microsoft’s email services, they don’t like my email server. Which means I can’t send a response via that method. This is an

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The privacy book is published, and free for five days. You can get it at Amazon here. Below this is the blurb/description, and I decided to post the text of “Appendix B: Jail!” for you folks too right after that. I figured it might be the most-fun bit. Enjoy? Curious about surveillance? Wondering about the

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The privacy book is out to beta readers. It kept getting longer and longer…ended up at about 92K words. My second-longest book, with Shiver the longest, and the damn thing is nearly fifty percent longer than the novel that inspired it. I’m pleased with it, though. Lots of things I felt needed to be said,