Editing begins today for YA thriller Guns and Dogs

Well it’s time to finish this book and get it out for all of you to read. Today, Guns and Dogs, the YA novel that all of you voted for publication last August, has taken its first step to being released. I began editing it earlier today, and anticipate finishing it by late July beforeContinue reading “Editing begins today for YA thriller Guns and Dogs”

These dogs are America’s last hope

Character Bio #2: Jessie and Studs These two Red Dobermans are specially trained canines that work to preserve American security. Armed with guile and advanced technology, Jessie and Studs diffuse threats to national security, and then some, often finding themselves engaged in the most dangerous missions ever conceived. Loyal and intrepid, never underestimate the powerContinue reading “These dogs are America’s last hope”

This Werewolf wants to destroy America

Character Bio #1: Grendis As promised, here is the first of five character bios for my upcoming Young Adult novel Guns And Dogs. Grendis the Werewolf: He hails from a mysterious planet named Lycaria, and even though his race consists of Werewolf-like beings, he has disguised himself as one of us humans and his hereContinue reading “This Werewolf wants to destroy America”

End of year wrap up, Part Five: I, Mars, Book 2 of Mindcop Dossiers

We conclude our year-end summary with the fifth and final release for 2014. I, Mars was the second book in the Mindcop Dossiers series featuring Liberty Rise, a young female detective who fights crime on 22nd century Mars. This second book focused on completing the story-arc from Doctor Mars. To learn more about I, MarsContinue reading “End of year wrap up, Part Five: I, Mars, Book 2 of Mindcop Dossiers”

Cover release for “I, Mars” Book 2 of Mindcop Dossiers

Here is the cover for Book 2 of the “Mindcop Dossiers” series set on Mars. For this book I’ve got the Villain on the cover. So what do you think? I’d like your opinions.

The reason why Jack the Ripper is still popular today

What makes a ruthless serial killer from the later half of the 19th century still readable today? Is it the fact that everyone loves a good crime story? Or maybe its the intrinsic human curiosity that draws us. Like the Kennedy assassination, Titanic sinking and the Loch Ness Monster legend there is a great loveContinue reading “The reason why Jack the Ripper is still popular today”