I’m all about connecting to my readers, and I’m always looking for new and interesting ways to engage with you guys in fun ways. I’ve got this blog where I can ramble on about whatever topic crosses my mind, I’ve got a mailing list where I announce new releases and give heads’ up to my fans, and now I’m opening up a third channel with a Patreon page.comment form.
When six-year-old Ethan is kidnapped by faeries, Jacob knows that he can’t rely on the police or his parents to rescue him. Assisted only by his best friend Tyler, he’s willing to brave trolls, witches, and even the entire elvish host to bring his brother back.comment form.
You can read the entire review over at Book Nouveau.Questions? You are invited to either leave a comment below, or ask directly through the comment form.
When I schedule my writing, I like to do so by the month, mapping out what novel I’ll be writing, what novel I’ve been editing. Often this leaves me with a few days or a week of slack at the end, and rather than fill in those gaps by starting the next novel early, I work on shorter projects. Lately it’s been eaten up trying to get ahead with my alternate-history superhero serial Hero Historia, but I’ve decided to write more stand-alone short stories.comment form.
I’ve written a book about writing.
Okay, it’s not really a book about writing, it’s a book about the business of writing.
Okay, it’s not really about the business of writing, it’s about the philosophy of the business of writing.
I think.comment form.
About a month ago I released Infernal Revelation, the first season of a supernatural thriller YA serial. It’s my first serial, it’s my first Young Adult targeted work. I’m bound to make mistakes. Continue readingQuestions? You are invited to either leave a comment below, or ask directly through the comment form.