For fun, I sometimes take Ambien and see how long I can stay awake. ---Sandy Pici
So I'm working on The Poe Toaster book cover. I'm playing with images of cognac and roses, aka the Poe Toaster's gifts of over 50 years to Poe. Let me know what you think!
In the hunt for my old Harry Potter books for my 10-year-old daughter, I discovered a lost treasure. Long before I had kids, I had books. Lots of them. They went more places with me than my first husband. And then two thousand diapers, two kids, 4 houses, and a divorce later, I was digging … Continue reading Lost Treasure
I don’t want to be that man who sells ads on benches. Although a respectable profession, I really think it would make my depression much worse. Bartending appears to be my career as of now. It is a sales-type of position, I guess, but the alcohol suppresses my depression into vacation mode, so I’m alright … Continue reading The Ad Man
Why Self Publish? http://starfightersf.com/2018/08/25/why-self-publish/ — Read on starfightersf.com/2018/08/25/why-self-publish/ Awesome article for self-publishers!
Editing is coming along! With the holidays upon us, editing The Poe Toaster is a definite challenge, but it's getting there! In the coming weeks, I will be designing the cover and will be putting it out here for all of you to help in the selection, so stay tuned for that! It's an exciting … Continue reading The Poe Toaster is Cooking!
Wrapping up the final editing on my book, The Poe Toaster, which has kept me ultra busy! We've not finalized a book launch date as of yet, but I will keep everyone up to speed so you can grab your electronic copy or print edition. The truth about the Poe Toaster's true identity will be … Continue reading **New Book Coming Soon!**
“The dissatisfying cycle of waking, working, eating, and sleeping are enough to make you long to slit your wrists, if not simply for a welcomed break from the monotony.” --Sandra Pici
“People often say they are a good judge of character. Then one day their judgement is wrong. It is at that point that they question the true character of everyone they'd ever judged before.” ---Sandra Pici
I write like I'm in high school. When your soulmate you dated for four months breaks up with you for the local skank and you scroll it all down in your pleather diary. "He'll see what he lost," you'd write, feeling somehow vindicated by writing that down on paper. Really believing it. See, I was … Continue reading Skanks