Wait, it's all over? Already? What happened to 2022? It's been a strange year. I feel like it started off so slow, with me not really knowing what I wanted or where I was going with it all, and now, twelve months later, so much has changed. I spent 2019-2021 living in an Arctic peninsula... Continue Reading →
Book Review: The Devil’s Advisor by Brad Abdul
What would you do if the Devil pulled you down to hell—only to ask you to help run the place? This is the simple, but very alluring plot of Brad Abdul's debut novel, The Devil's Advisor. I've been excited to read this ever since I heard about it and was very happy to be able... Continue Reading →
Enter Dzintra Sullivan’s 12 Days Of Bookmas!
Don't miss this exciting giveaway! Dzintra Sullivan—best-selling indie author extraordinaire—is hosting a very exciting Christmas giveaway this December! With the hopes of sharing some joy and happiness this holiday season, Dzintra is inviting you all along to win amazing prizes! From December 1st - 12th, myself and ten other authors have been invited to partake... Continue Reading →
I Just Failed – Big Time
It was all supposed to work itself out, but then... I don't even know how it happened. Okay - I'm overreacting. It's not like I've done anything bad or that anyone's hurt, or that I lost the secret map to the hidden treasure that was going to make me rich beyond my wildest dreams... but... Continue Reading →
A short update on what I've been writing, doing, and thinking about this autumn
Read My New Story!
When I'm not writing thrilling novels, one of my favorite things to do is to write short stories. They are usually horror, science fiction, fantasy or speculative fiction, and when they're done I send them out to be considered for anthologies, magazines, websites and competitions. One of the reasons I love writing short fiction is... Continue Reading →
Book Review: Dancing At Midnight by Rebecca Graves
Dancing At Midnight is the heartbreaking tale of a Carolyn, a young woman who comes home to deal with the death of her mother, June Parker - and the estate she has left behind - only to discover the painful, untold truth about her June's early life. This is very different from what I usually... Continue Reading →
When was the last time you felt proud of something you did? For me it was five days ago - when I ran my second ever marathon. I wouldn't say I love running. At best, I like it as a friend. It's a thing I started doing firstly because I realized I could (because believe... Continue Reading →
You know what's worse than writer's block? Writer's indecisiveness. I've just come down from an editing high - a couple of weeks of meticulously going through a thriller I'm working on, up and down, back and forth. It's finally at a place where I can leave it in the hands of someone else. Now, while... Continue Reading →