A Second Novel to Come

There are several stories in my head. Stories I want to tell, but once I have written the first third to half of it, I get stuck for one reason or another—so, until completion, they’re neatly stored in a “WIPs” folder that I try to visit now and then. Therefore, when I began writing last […]

Free with Kindle Unlimited!

24 Hours of the Phoenix is now free to read with Kindle Unlimited. Go on, add it to your TBR pile on GoodReads, and grab it and read it now! (And then don’t forget to leave a review) Happy reading! US: https://amazon.com/dp/B07HWQSM2H UK: https://amazon.co.uk/dp/B07HWQSM2H (and other regions as well)

Award-Winning Novel

I was excited to learn this week that my debut 24 Hours of the Phoenix was a 2019 NATIONAL INDIE EXCELLENCE® AWARDS (NIEA) Finalist in the “Thriller” category! When you realize that 1000+ novels entered this 13th annual contest, you can humbly brag. What’s more, it’s not everyday that you official become an award-winning author. […]

Second-Person Point of View in Fiction

First off, happy new year to everyone! I hope you all had a bit of joy and a lot of champagne—or vice versa. And second, I wanted to share a small piece of writing I’d worked on a little over a year ago which my current reading—An Anonymous Girl, by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen—reminded […]

What’s Behind the Cover?

Some say, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” Right, sure. Well, maybe you don’t, or more likely maybe you shouldn’t. Except you do. At least I do. (Feel free to throw the book at me. Pun intended.) To be fair, it’s a part of my choosing process: when I don’t know what to read […]