Eli’s Coming

Apropos of nothing, I thought I would share with you something that has been lurking in the back of my mind for several years now. I'm sure that every fiction writer dreams of his/her stories being adapted to either small screen or big screen, but I'm not sure how many of them daydream about possible... Continue Reading →

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Makkarios 4 now available on Amazon!

It has been a busy October! At last, just in time to begin preparations for NaNoWriMo,  I am pleased to announce the release of Makkarios: Angel of Matat, book four in the contemporary/paranormal fantasy series of the same name. It is available in Kindle e-book format as well as paperback. Haven't had the chance to... Continue Reading →

Paperback version now available!

Hooray! We have the trade paper edition now ready for order: http://www.amazon.com/Makkarios-Learning-Curve-Volume-2/dp/1478227427/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1350393197&sr=8-2&keywords=makkarios+learning+curve

Makkarios: Learning Curve update

Yes! the Kindle edition is already available on Amazon. The paperback should be ready for order by the end of the week, and approval is still pending from the Apple iBookstore and Barnes & Noble's Nook bookstore-- for both Makkarios novels. We're on our way!

Back Cover Copy for Makkarios 2

TRUST: Truman has earned his place on the team, after winning the trust of the two captains. Now the headmaster has decided to use Ronin and Calypso to confront a traumatic incident in Truman's past, one which has raised a wall between Tru and his new team. Can the two team leaders prove to Truman... Continue Reading →

Makkarios 2 update

We're to the proofs stage of publication; the cover art will appear here within the next several days. Countdown to release date: approximately 10 days. Wheee!

“Slowly I Turned”: Drowning in Privilege

I've been extremely sporadic in updating my blog during the summer so far. I admit it, and I regret none of it. If I must go for two months without pay from my day job, then you'd better believe I'll use those two months to indulge my creative side as much as is humanly possible.... Continue Reading →

“Slowly I Turned”: Writer as Human Cannonball

In my place of work, we often use a certain term for the feeling one gets from workdays that begin at a hectic pace: being shot out of a cannon. This year, May is the month when my life gets shot out of a cannon. I am trying to finish a novel. I am primarily... Continue Reading →

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