THE END, two words that carry a large emotional load for a writer. For some writers, typing THE END, whether literally or figuratively, brings an enormous sense of relief because they have finally finished working on a project that might well have been a struggle, while for others there is a tremendous sense of loss... Continue Reading →
Would you change your life? This is something I’ve thought about from time to time and, temporarily at least, I feel as though I’ve come up with my own personal answer. We all have thinks we regret, thing we have either said or done, or things we have not said or done, but would we... Continue Reading →
Spark of Fire (The Phoenix Cycle Book 1) Grace Anthony Ember Moore, a Reaper, just wants to get through high school. She isn't ready to save the world. The Reapers are the police of the kindred races. They keep peace and law under the command of the Spirit Assembly. Until a dangerous cult, sworn to... Continue Reading →
This post is full of some hard truths.
When I became and author I made the decision to not leave “Did Not Finish” reviews, and will not currently leave anything less than 3 stars. Yes, reading is subjective, and not everyone will love your story, but the problem I see with DNF reviews is that a reader didn’t actually read through your whole book. Should they post about something they don’t know? That’s the question today.
As a writer, you’re going to catch a reviewer on a day that’s not–how shall I say it– good, and sometimes low stars and DNF reviews happen because a scapegoat is needed, and sometimes, you are the projection of their bad day. Other readers can spot these easily. Still, you spent months writing the book and are responsible for putting it out there, regardless of how people will react to it. You did this…
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Halloween Fifteen years after murdering his sister on Halloween night 1963, Michael Myers escapes from a mental hospital and returns to the small town of Haddonfield to kill again. The plot for this film, which is one of the earliest in the slasher genre and helped to create it, is so basic it's hard to... Continue Reading →
Color Me Grey (Alexis Stanton Chronicles #1) J.C. Phelps ...exciting, highly paid position for person with specialized training... Recently unemployed after quitting a boring office job, Alexis Stanton finds a mysterious ad in the help wanted section that might prove to be the answer to her desire for excitement and adventure. After an intense application... Continue Reading →
Some bargains from a friend.
Everybody loves a bargain! Plus, with the kids back in school that means more reading time, right? Or is that just wishful thinking?
All three of my current books are on offer for just 99 teensy tiny pennies starting Friday 9/22/17. Sale ends at midnight 9/28. Don’t miss your chance to download an adventure.
Pick up copies of Mirror Mirror, Desolation Gulch and From the Shadow for just 99¢ each over on Amazon. Treat yourself. 😎
My fellow indie author from Down Under, the lovely Aislinn Kearns has a new release for you all to enjoy. If you like romance, and you like tough guys with a sensitive side, then you should definitely check out Caged Warrior. CAGED WARRIOR AISLINN KEARNS Caged Warrior is now available! You can purchase it on... Continue Reading →
What a fabulous 5* review fo An Eye Fow An Eye, this is the kind of thing that keeps me writing.
DI Nathan Stone has his hands full. After a hold-up robbery of a local convenience store turns into a double homicide with racial undertones, it’s all he can do to stay ahead of the case. But when other, seemingly unrelated, crimes appear to be linked to the same perpetrator, events spiral into an inferno no one could’ve expected.
I really enjoyed the first book in the Inspector Stone series (Where There’s a Will), but this book took things to a whole new level. We get to experience so much more of DI Stone outside his police work. Eye For an Eye allows readers to get to know Nathan as a family man, introducing us to both his wife and two lovely children. The balancing act of police inspector and family life was well portrayed.
To say this book sucker punched me in the gut…
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