Yes, I’m a feminist author. Why aren’t you?

It’s been noted that my stories tend to take on a feminist tone. And I won’t lie, that’s entirely on purpose. I’m flattered whenever readers point this out, as it’s one of the factors I long considered when I set out with the goal of becoming a published writer. Not that long ago, on aContinue reading “Yes, I’m a feminist author. Why aren’t you?”

A sneak peek from Chapter 1 – A River Red of “The Song of Shattered Grace” – coming May 30th

How fair the light that shines on us? ​The voice was a distant echo on the air, lilting on the fragile wings of an evening breeze. It was dusk and beside her feet she spied the dark waters of a river rushing past. The sky above was a smattering of grey amid the dying embers ofContinue reading “A sneak peek from Chapter 1 – A River Red of “The Song of Shattered Grace” – coming May 30th”

It All Starts Now

Make no mistake. It has been a while. I could blame it on pre-release anxiety as I prepare for the release of my debut novel, which is in two days, by the way. Or, I could blame it on the struggles I’ve had recently when it comes to wrapping up the last two chapters of my novella-in-progress.Continue reading “It All Starts Now”

Nearly There…

            It’s real. There’s no denying it now.             What started as a dream many years ago has become reality. To be honest, I never quite imagined that I would actually arrive at this point. But here I am regardless. My debut book is finished. The editing complete. The cover designed. It’s listed on Amazon,Continue reading “Nearly There…”

“The Girl in the Storm”

The first book in the upcoming trilogy “A Season of Angels” releases this November 4th. You can pre-order your digital copy TODAY! Angels are real. Demons Walk the earth. And she alone can fight the Devil. Seventeen-year old Genevieve Reidell loves to paint and values her closest friends above all, but when a gunman terrorizesContinue reading ““The Girl in the Storm””

So, it’s been a while…

So, it’s been a while. More than a while, if I’m being honest, but I do have a good reason. At least I believe that it’s a moderately decent reason. You may disagree. You may be thinking, “I actually didn’t mind not seeing his incessant little blog posts popping up every week!” Either way. HereContinue reading “So, it’s been a while…”

Doubt, or How I Slayed That Dragon, and Killed Some of My Darlings Too…

Well, I did it. I killed my darlings. There are still a few left, quite naturally, but the unwieldly beast that was the first draft of my novel, “The Girl in the Storm”, is now finally starting to come together. When it began it was probably close to 130K words, quite a feat no doubt,Continue reading “Doubt, or How I Slayed That Dragon, and Killed Some of My Darlings Too…”

Writing Frenzy, Updates and Big News…

            To say that the last few weeks have been a whirlwind would probably be a bit of an understatement and will also account for the fact that it has been a couple of weeks since my lost blog post. “The Girl in the Storm”, my perpetually forth coming debut novel is still very muchContinue reading “Writing Frenzy, Updates and Big News…”

Carefully Laid Plans, Or How They Don’t Really Matter in the End

Writing, at least in my experience, seems to have evolved along a few rather simple lines. First, I plan. Not extensively, mind you, but just enough so that I know where the story ends as well as a few of the big, crucial moments that mark the road along on the way. After that, IContinue reading “Carefully Laid Plans, Or How They Don’t Really Matter in the End”

The Chapter That Wasn’t, “Give the Devil His Due” – The Girl in the Storm

 His true name was rarely spoken, and in all the years that he had walked the Earth he gave to himself many other names instead. His oldest and most favored was that of Johnathon Haversham, for he fashioned it in honor of a village in the English countryside that he ravaged once upon a time.Continue reading “The Chapter That Wasn’t, “Give the Devil His Due” – The Girl in the Storm”