Monthly archives for March, 2012
Read on to find the Top 5 Things People Don't Want to Read Happy Wednesday! With the weather warming up just a bit here in the desert, I am proud to introduce to you a most honorable guest. A good friend of mine and young adult author Rhiannon Paille, the writer who gave us Flame of Surrender, the first book in The Ferryman and the Flame [...]
Over a month out from the release of my debut, Agents of Change, I recently sat down with Nadine Earnshaw for an interview for her website, Indie eBooks. In the interview, I discuss the book, what made me want to write it, and my writing process. Come on over and check it out!
It’s heeeere! The Scorpion Nest: A Short Story is out and it’s available, for free, on Smashwords for all e-readers, tablets, computers and mobile devices. Below is the blurb and an excerpt for my latest sci-fi thriller. Newlyweds Joel and Sonnet have just wrapped up a housewarming party in Suburban Phoenix. Custom-built on the si [...]
As I mentioned in my last “update-esque” post, I will soon be releasing a free short story called The Scorpion Nest. Friends, release date is right around the corner…Friday, in fact! Once again, I’ve worked with Streetlight Graphics to design an eye-catching cover. As with Agents of Change, Glendon Haddix and his team [...]
Business is booming for self-published authors. It’s an exciting time. We all know this. Unfortunately, self-publishing’s rise in popularity has also brought about a rise in books that are not suitable for public consumption. Yes, a lot of self-pubbed books are poorly-written (or as I say in this post, poorly-edited). But people a [...]