Why yes! Yes you did! One of the things I do to promote my work is to enter it into contests. This worked exceptionally well for The Immortality Virus, which won two awards and was a finalist in a third. Last week, as I was compiling the list of contests I wanted to enter, I […]
A new interview went live today…this one with a few questions I haven’t already answered. 🙂 Check it out at Entropy Central.
Edits are in for Secrets and Lies, book 2 of my Cassie Scot series. I know, I know…you’re all still waiting on #1. Well, just know that #2 won’t be far behind. I got a new editor for this book, and I’m quite pleased about it. She’s found a number of issues, one significant, most […]
One of my favorite things to do with my characters is to tie them up, shine a bright light on them, and ask them difficult questions until they squirm. Okay…not literally. Although I often picture them that way in my head. You can’t always accept the first thing a character tells you as gospel truth. […]
1) What is the working title of your next book? My “next” four books have already been written and will be coming out back to back to back starting in May, with Cassie Scot: ParaNormal Detective. The rest of the books in the series are Secrets and Lies, Mind Games, and Dreamer. As for what […]
The body of water in the background of my book cover is Table Rock Lake, a man-made lake that stretches for many miles through southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas. The story takes place in a fictionalized town called Eagle Rock, MO, a tourist town on Table Rock Lake in the Ozark Mountains. There is […]
After much delay and anticipation, here it is, the cover art for my upcoming novel, Cassie Scot: ParaNormal Detective! Drum roll please…. … … … The cover art was painted by Ural Akyuz. Some of you may be wondering: What’s going on in the picture? The woman is Cassie, more or less as I envisioned […]
Alien in the Family is the third book in this bizarre comic-book style science fiction series that I continue to read for reasons beyond understanding. It’s like when you’re watching a really bad movie or TV series, and you know it’s bad, but it’s bad in a specific way, and you can’t take your eyes […]