Book Review: The Bride Finder

The St. Ledgers are all possessed of strange magical powers. Anatole moves things with his mind and sees visions of the future — visions that warn him against a red-haired woman. But when he sends the family bride finder for his intended bride, with a detailed list of what he needed, he is presented with […]

Cassie Scot Audiobook Preview

Cassie Scot is the ungifted daughter of powerful sorcerers, born between worlds but belonging to neither. At 21, all she wants is to find a place for herself, but earning a living as a private investigator in the shadow of her family’s reputation isn’t easy. When she is pulled into a paranormal investigation, and tempted […]

Tips for Wr…Everyone — Don’t Start With Boredom!

This was going to be another writing tips segment before I realized that the inspiration for posting it came from life. And that, in fact, this advice has far broader reach than the written word. If you want me to feel bored, the best thing you can do is to begin your (whatever — book, […]

Cassie Scot Takes the Silver in the Global Ebook Awards

Cassie Scot:┬áParaNormal Detective won its first award last week! You may recognize the Global Ebook contest from two years ago, when The Immortality Virus won in the science fiction category. I’m very excited that my new series is off to such a strong start! I’m even more excited by all the positive reviews and reader […]

Book Review: Alien vs. Alien

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I have no idea why I’m reading this series. It’s cheesy. And it’s corny. With extra cheese. And I don’t like corn with cheese on it. The dish makes no sense. I like both corn and cheese, but when you put them together you can barely […]

Secrets and Lies Cover Art Reveal

Ural Akyutz once again provided the cover artwork for this book. With the cover art in, we can now OFFICIALLY say that the release date for Secrets and Lies is November 15, 2013. The book will be available in ebook, paperback, and if I can manage to get it recorded by then, audiobook. (I’m hoping […]

Book Review: Ill WInds

I had trouble getting into this story, but it rallied at the end. Joanna is on the run when the story unfolds, but the reason why doesn’t come clear until about halfway through. Oh, we get hints, but not the full story. She just talks about the “demon mark” as if a reader new to […]

How to Hire a Virtual Tour Service

Why should I plan a virtual book tour for my book? I’ll start with the easiest question to answer… You should plan a virtual book tour for your book because the Internet is how books are sold. Even if people end up going to a brick and mortar store (and most don’t bother), they find […]