Mere Mention, a whisper in the wind

Today Margaret Millmore mentioned myself and “Our Monsters” on her website and all around the web, in the places she has a presence. Click here to see the mention on her Featured Authors page. It was very generous of her. Sometimes, most of the time, the hardest thing for a new author is for he […]

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Boys and Reading: I relate

As a kid and teen, I hated reading. I am not ashamed of this fact, it’s truth. Today I read anything I can get my hands on, mostly fantasy of a sort. However, when I was younger I couldn’t find stories that compelled me to read. When I got older (read high school age) I […]

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“Our Monsters” sequel update

Last night I finished the outline for the sequel to my recently launched debut novel, “Our Monsters”. What a relief it is to have the ideas on paper. The overall story for the series was plotted over a year ago. However, the specifics of the action in each book, the twists and turns, subplots, all […]

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Review: “Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas…” by Michael Scott

I finished reading Michael Scott’s “Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas…” today, started and finished during lunch. It’s a short story from Scott’s Flamel book series. The last book in the series will be dropping early this year and I’m wanting to finally read the accompanying short fiction, so this is my attempt. […]

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Review: “Death of Joan of Arc” by Michael Scott

I am a fan of Michael Scott’s Flamel books. Scott is not reinventing the wheel with these stories. What he does best is meld the different myths of dozens of cultures into a fun adventure. For those who don’t know, the Flamel books are speculative contemporary fantasy. Imagine if all the myths and legends in […]

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