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AEL Books is Moving

Posted by Aaron on March 4, 2021 at 1:50 AM Comments comments (39)

I have had limited access to this site, and it has been a thorn in my side for quite some time.  It seems a lot of people that I direct here cannot see the full site, and over the years links have broken down, and my space has become more and more limited.  I have continued to my writing journey, though the last thing I had published was a short story included in the book, Remnants, which went out of print shortly after it's creation.  I have heard roumers of it's revival, but ...

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Dear Mr. King

Posted by Aaron on July 9, 2017 at 11:20 AM Comments comments (1)

Stephen -

  I have just read your short story entitled "Afterlife."  While I honestly do not think it was the best written, nor the most entertaining in the collection The Bazaar of Bad Dreams (of those I have read so far The Bone Church was probably the best written and Morality was the most entertaining) I have to comment on this story in particular.

  I have chosen not to send you this letter for many reasons.  One - you probably get ...

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Close to Completion: My First Novel

Posted by Aaron on February 19, 2016 at 9:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Star Song, my first novel, and most recent accomplishment in writing, is nearing completion.  I am proud and excited to announce that this sci-fi epic should be done in the summer.  I have been writing this book for a few years now, around other projects, and I'm pretty confident that it's almost where I want it to be now.  

I was inspired by Isaac Asimov's Foundation series, as well as Ray Bradbury and Arthur C. Clarke.  Most of my fiction up to this poi...

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Happy New Year!

Posted by Aaron on January 7, 2016 at 11:00 PM Comments comments (0)

2016 New Years Resolutions!

*Still trying to get my books into the public library system

*Currently writing my first novel (hope to have it done by mid Summer

*Currently working on next short story collection (more horror stories - but I need a title!)

*I would like to get one, or all of my books into audio book format this year

Every year I develop new resolutions, and while I don't always follow through, I think writing down my goals gre...

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The Path to the Public Library

Posted by Aaron on September 26, 2015 at 2:00 PM Comments comments (0)

I have began the process to get my books into the Norman Public Library.  This is my first attempt to do so, and while I don't expect to earn any more dinero with this plan, I may be able to accumulate more readers.  Here's to the future!

Author Signing Party

Posted by Aaron on March 2, 2015 at 1:45 AM Comments comments (0)

March 28th

Hastings Entertainment Book Store is going to let me participate in an AUTHOR SIGNING PARTY!

Hastings Entertainment in my hometown, Norman, OK, will spend one day with me and other local authors in the store - I'm URGING you all to come on out and join the party!  Hastings in Norman currently carries my 3 published books (Hallucinations, The Wanton Interim, and The Cryogenic Conundrum).  If you would like a signed copy of any of these b...

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BOC Project pitched to BOC FanPage on FB

Posted by Aaron on March 1, 2015 at 9:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Once upon a time I started to write a TV series based on my favorite band, Blue Oyster Cult...

I only have 3 episodes so far, but I decided to pitch the idea to the fan page I'm a part of on Facebook... will this  develop into anything more?  Only time will tell...

We Remember, Gene Lee

Posted by Aaron on January 25, 2015 at 1:15 AM Comments comments (0)

My grandfather, Eugene Arthur Lee, left us in 2008.  I don't know how long after, but soon after I found myself thinking about writing a book for his memory.  It was going to be a small project, very personal, but after talking with a few of my family members I decided it should be bigger than that.  So my short little jurnal idea turned into a family-participation project, and I'm just now putting the final touches on it.

Gene Lee loved poems and stories. ...

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