Greetings from Austin, Dear Readers! With Plasma Rain in print, we’ve brought conclusion to our ten-years-in-the-making series, Angry Ghosts; and we’re simply thrilled at the response. Page reads in the Kindle Lending Library are at an all time high. (We credit Marek Okon’s incredible talent on the cover for Plasma Rain, and maybe—just maybe—we got the […]Read More It’s a New Year. So Now What?
In the absence of regular updates, a fair assumption is made: we must have given up on this whole publishing thing, knuckled under to the strong arm tactics of digital gatekeepers, and abandoned our beloved readers, leaving them hanging like a prom date on the doorstep. Nope. To be blunt, we’re just not smart enough […]Read More Reports of our Disappearance are Greatly Exaggerated
It has been Cadre One Publishing’s policy not to become involved in political matters. There is no joy, or sense, for a publisher of fiction to be concerned with anyone’s political views or opinions. What the Standing Rock Sioux are enduring, however, is not a matter of politics. It is a matter of those with […]Read More A Matter of Policy?
Some may think we’re not listening, or that we’re immune to recommendations, but it’s not so. If anything, we’re a friendly, accommodating lot and we like to make people happy. That’s when we remind our readers they must be thinking of our indolent author. Nothing gets through that hard head of his. And lately, nothing […]Read More New and Improved
Howdy, folks. Being a micro publisher means we can try a few things to maximize efficiency, experiment with them to see how they work. Another way of saying it is that our day jobs keep getting in the way, so we do as much as we can in the time we have. One distributor seemed […]Read More Branching Out
I played soccer when I was younger. Always a fullback, which was ok with me. Defense is righteous. (You’re gonna score on my team? Not with busted shins, you’re not) But the game was boring. Often scoreless. 90 Minutes of my life that was totally fruitless. Sure, I’d have a bit of an all right […]Read More Soccer Doesn’t Have to Suck So Hard
I’ve threatened to do this for a while now…talked about making my journal public (for the Hoot that it is). But before I do, you should know the main reason I keep a journal is to record dreams. For as long as I can recall my dreams have been vivid. All the senses are present, […]Read More Vivid Dreams
Following local reports of lewd behavior by a man in the downtown area of Milford, uniformed officers staked out the Milford Oval in plain clothes. As described, a caucasian male, approximately six feet in height, wearing only a kilt and unlaced boots, was spotted accosting local women by shouting, “Achtung, Fräuleine! Ich hab’ne Fünf-meter penis!” […]Read More Local Author Arrested in Public Indecency/Peyote Incident
What’s that? An express line through airport security? A Hindu eating beef? A Wall Street financier going to prison? Nope. For the first time ever, we’re putting Black Hawks From a Blue Sun up for free worldwide download on Amazon Kindle from December 13th through 17th. Wait, what? Why give away the second book in […]Read More Here’s something you don’t see everyday…
I don’t get caught up in real estate. It isn’t that at all. It’s the awareness of an injury, and the long, long process of recovery. Every day that property in Manhattan remained vacant was a splinter in my mind. Sure, buildings like these aren’t just thrown up. Takes time to build them right. But […]Read More A Moment in Retrospect