Two rivals turned unlikely friends fight to overcome the obstacles between them and their Olympic dreams, but when that friendship heats up, will they risk it for love?
What? Another book launch? A new series? Yes, I'm releasing the first book in the Kasmai Cycle - THE ONE THAT LIVES. Gregorian looms over the McKinley family though they've never met him. He's the name Jacob McKinley screams right before his older brother, William, wakes him from his nightmares. Gregorian hangs over their breakfast... Continue Reading →
April - a month from Hell this year. Why? My comprehensive examinations are next week. An entire week of 8-hour exams. As a PhD in Biological Anthropology, I'll be testing in Trauma (Forensic / Physical Anthropology), Evolution (Hominin / Molecular Anthropology), and Biomechanics (Mechanical Engineering / Anthromechanics). The process is exhausting, and I've balanced this... Continue Reading →
Between trying my best to ignore Amazon's wacky rankings to obsessively working my social media platforms, this hasn't been a week I'd take much pride in. Overall, despite the anxiousness and distractions abound, this week has gone rather well. I've increased my twitter interactions by around 50% with a marked increase in followers. Had a... Continue Reading →
In the age of epublishing and vanity presses, the markets are saturated with manuscripts. What does this mean for the aspiring author? It means, ultimately, authors don't simply write. The act of preparing a piece of work isn't enough. Even if you make it through agents, editors, and publishers, getting a book sold often takes... Continue Reading →