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Mean Street Graphix: Dye Sublimation Printing That’s Anything But Mean

Thursday, February 9, 2017
By Phil Elmore
Mean Street Graphix: Dye Sublimation Printing That’s Anything But Mean

“Send me your logo,” Keith Miller of Mean Street Graphix told me. That was it; I didn’t give him any instructions. I simply sent him a high-res version of my Internet Gunslinger logo (which was custom designed for me by John “Johnny Atomic” Jackson). The items you see here were the result. The mug... »

Dealing with Post-Holiday Blues

Monday, December 26, 2016
By Phil Elmore
Dealing with Post-Holiday Blues

There are any number of reasons some people feel depressed or stressed leading up to and during the holidays. Feeling lonely because they lack family or romantic connections, feeling overwhelmed, feeling financial pressure, or simply feeling left out as the rest of the world... »

What If My Client Sues Me?

Tuesday, November 29, 2016
By Phil Elmore
What If My Client Sues Me?

As a working writer, sooner or later, somebody is going to threaten to sue you. This isn’t because you’re a bad person. It isn’t even because you did something wrong. You can do everything right and still end up with an unhappy client. This... »


If You Can’t Handle Bad Reviews, You’re a Bad Writer

Tuesday, August 16, 2016
By Phil Elmore
If You Can’t Handle Bad Reviews, You’re a Bad Writer

I still remember the first time I got a negative review on one of my works of fiction. It was one of my Executioner novels, so the response was... »

Is This Deal Getting Worse All The Time?

Thursday, March 31, 2016
By Phil Elmore
Is This Deal Getting Worse All The Time?

A lot of working writers write without contracts. They write based on the strength of their client relationships. Provided there is never a problem, this is fine. Most of... »

Monsters: The Complete 4104 Serial Novel

Friday, February 12, 2016
By Phil Elmore
Monsters: The Complete 4104 Serial Novel

My novel, Monsters, is finally available in both Kindle and paperback formats. The book was completed in 2014, but the usual delays and scheduling conflicts meant that it hasn’t... »