Research – Hockey Time?

As some of you know, I'm currently writing a serialized novel over on Channillo. GETTING TO GOAL is a young adult contemporary romance following a Beni - an aspiring hockey player who has finally made varsity...on the boy's team. My high school - and many schools in the United States - have rules which allow... Continue Reading →

Channillo and Where I’ve Been

After a few posts in July, I ended up getting swept away this summer, and I thought it was about time I get back in the saddle and let you all know what's going on. Currently, if you want more frequent updates, I'm publishing weekly over on Channillo. I have a series there which gets... Continue Reading →

New Release: HIGH SUMMONS

For the next twelve months, expect to see one of these. It's all part of my #12book12months insanity, and it means you can be certain you're buying a book in a series that will continue. The first book in my Warlock of Rochester series, High Summons, is now available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and... Continue Reading →

Review: Picture Us in the Light

This was an advanced reader copy for the April 2018 publication. (Came out April 10th) There are minor spoilers ahead. Title: Picture Us in the Light Author: Kelly Loy Gilbert Stars: ★★★★★ I've never been punched gently in the gut, but I imagine it feels the same as reading Picture Us in the Light. There's an elegant subtly to... Continue Reading →

Review: The Soulkeepers

This review contains a spoiler! Readers beware. Title: The Soulkeepers Author: G. P. Ching Stars: ★★★ An interesting premise filled with small town Americana (not in a positive way) and a hodgepodge of mythology (or theology depending on your view). That being said, Ching managed to keep me reading. Her characters were generally intriguing if not likable,... Continue Reading →

Review: The Girl In Between

This review does not contain spoilers! Please keep them out of the comments as well. Title: The Girl In Between Author: Laekan Zea Kemp Stars: ★★★ There are some clear formatting issues from the first page. As this author is self-published, I'm giving her a pass; however, she's placed a number of books on Amazon, and this... Continue Reading →

High Summons

Aesthetic Boards - the glorious mashing of images to create a thematic storyboard. Tumblr is full of them. Instagram too - and I might just have tumbled down the rabbit hole a bit late. Either way, I'm hooked. However, as I created a board for my debut, High Summons, I realized how far my main character, Jon... Continue Reading →

Review: Stealing Liberty

This review does not contain spoilers! Please keep them out of the comments as well. Title: Stealing Liberty Author: Jennifer Froelich Stars: ★★★ Quick note - this one is in first person present tense with multiple points of view. There are a few missing commas as well as comma splices, so I had a bit of a... Continue Reading →

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