What’s in my future with Kensington Gore?

Now that Kensington Gore has acquired the publishing rights for my two novellas Kill Zombies and The Bloody Ripper, what does this mean for the future of these two books? Well for starters, they’ll both need to be expanded into full-length novels. The publisher has made this a requirement. So I’ll probably be copiously studying … More What’s in my future with Kensington Gore?

Year end review, Part II: Mindcop Dossiers Boxed Set

My second release of 2016 was the Mindcop Dossiers Boxed-Set. Released on October 2nd, it’s an excellent way for new readers to familiarize themselves with this entire Mars Space Opera series for an affordable price. Featuring the brave Liberty Rise, a mutant police detective who specializes in solving crimes with her mutant powers, this series … More Year end review, Part II: Mindcop Dossiers Boxed Set

Year end review: Guns And Dogs (A Young-Adult novel)

As promised, here is the first of two year-end reviews of the two works I published in 2016. We start with my first release, Guns & Dogs, a young-adult sci-fi thriller that debuted on June 21st. It was the first true young-adult novel I had written outside the Leopard King Saga universe and the first … More Year end review: Guns And Dogs (A Young-Adult novel)

Year-end reviews coming soon!

Haven’t posted in awhile, so I wanted to let everyone know I’m still alive, and spread the word about my upcoming perennial year-end book reviews. This December, we’ll be honoring my two 2016 releases: Guns & Dogs and the Mindcop Dossiers Boxed Set. Stay tuned for more information!

Work versus fame

  Most of us have heard the phrase “it’s the journey, not the destination that shapes who we become.” It’s been repeated countless time to be considered cliche. So why write a blog post about it? Simple. There’s a lot that goes into writing that is out of a writer’s control. Sales for instance. With … More Work versus fame