My first new release of 2019 is out and available pretty much everywhere e-books are sold! Women’s Work is a short story duo featuring two tough heroines that have captured my imagination, and I hope they’ll also capture yours. Here’s the official description: A woman’s work is never done, and rarely is it easy — … More New Release: Women’s Work
I’m old enough to remember the early days of YouTube when it was pretty much all video diaries, pet videos, memes and people doing their own Jackass-style stunts. So I never cease to be amazed at the level of talent and production value that goes into a lot of YouTube content these days. And if … More 3 Short Horror Films That Will Have You Sleeping With the Lights On
Today I added 486 words to Radium Town — 182 this afternoon plus another 304 just now. That brings the grand total so far to 6,919. I’m frustrated that it’s going so slowly, but considering that up until this time last week I hadn’t written anything on it in over a year, nor had I written … More Any day that involves a sonic screwdriver is a good day.
I’m taking a break from my Stephen King binge to read House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski. It’s been on my wish list for a while now and when I came across a (battered but readable) copy at the used book store the other day I snatched it up and since then I’ve been doing … More The truth is I have no idea what I’m doing.
It’s the first day of fall! Hooray! To celebrate, here’s a free story to help get you in the mood for the Halloween season. Snack Machine You think strange thoughts sometimes when you work the night shift. Coming home in the dark late at night, it’s easy to imagine that something in the … More Free Story: Snack Machine
Quick update to let everyone know that Eucha Falls is now available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. It’s a short story on the longer side coming in at just under 10,000 words (Amazon says that translate to 39 pages of print, but that’s irrelevant in an e-book). Here’s the official description: A year following … More Launching Today! Read Eucha Falls for 99 Cents