Book II is nearly ready. It’s been a long wait I know. Hopefully Book three will not take as long. Anyhow, here is the cover, at least until I decide to change something about it!
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It’s coming up on the second anniversary since I lost the most important person in the world to me–my mother. I still can’t think about her without bursting into tears. Some days I think that’s a good thing, because it shows the foot prints she left on my heart are still deep. Other days it’s [...]
I’m very excited about book two of Darwin’s Theory! This is also my favorite drawing I’ve done of the two of them. Peter’s smoldering gaze and Darwin’s impish expression! April Martinez at LSB did the graphic design and turned it into this amazing cover!!!
Book two has gone through the final round of writing edits and has been sent off to the nija beta readers. They will hopefully hack and slash the majority of typos and get it ready for me to correct then present to the publishers. This second installment of the City of Dragons series, focuses more [...]
To Adam With Love, is finally finished. This manuscript has been really difficult for me to write, for a number of personal reasons, and I guess because it’s not my typical blow-it-up-set-it-on-fire type manuscript. It’s through and through a love story. And not just a story about falling in love, but a love between two [...]
So, I’ve been writing. Well, sorta. Mostly I’ve been staring at the screen and pondering life’s big plan. Sometimes this happens when I write. I get side tracked by the real world and wonder where the heck I fit into it. Anyhow, hopefully I’ll get over this hump soon and I’ll be banging away at [...]
I’ve landed a contract for my novella series, Darwin’s Theory. The first story is Pain and has been accepted for publishing by Liquid Silver Books. Thank you to all my beta readers and your brutal red pens! This is a male/male romance that takes place in the same storyverse as City of Dragons, however it [...]
Needless to say, I was both very excited and very humbled. I know of course not all reviews will be this generous, but still. It was a wonderful thing to wake up to. Read the Review:
Writer’s constipation isn’t to be confused with writer’s block. This is a problem that doesn’t surround the lack of ideas rather the over abundance of them to the point the mind become overwhelmed and unable to execute a story in a concise manner. I have to admit, this is one of the most difficult obstacles [...]