The Monstrous Feminine: Dark Tales of Dangerous Women

Just in time for Halloween! I’m in this amazing anthology now available on Amazon for Kindle, with print and Audible coming soon. Get yours now, and part of your purchase will go to the Global Fund For Women! Click the graphic for more… Enter the world of the Monstrous Feminine, where fourteen authors weave aContinue reading “The Monstrous Feminine: Dark Tales of Dangerous Women”

New Release–“Stay”

A grieving woman with a severe anxiety disorder meets a man determined to show her how the season of giving can heal a broken heart. Kelsey struggles with a severe anxiety disorder. Afraid to interact with people, she has instead dedicated herself to her rescued basset hound, Beauregard. One of his daily walks leads toContinue reading “New Release–“Stay””

Upcoming Release – “Stay,” a Stocking Stuffer from eXtasy Books

Kelsey struggles with a severe anxiety disorder. Afraid to interact with people, she has instead dedicated herself to her rescued basset hound, Beauregard. One of his daily walks leads to a chance encounter with a young man named Chase, and though Kelsey tries to deny it, the attraction is instant. However, tragedy strikes just weeksContinue reading “Upcoming Release – “Stay,” a Stocking Stuffer from eXtasy Books”

New Release Roundup

Mitzi Weinhaus is the untalented daughter of two Munich Kabarett stars. One night, in an underground club that has so far escaped Nazi detection, she meets the enigmatic singer Giselle, who offers her the chance to be a hero. Teamed up with the mysterious Wolfrik, for whom she develops an alarming attraction, Mitzi soon findsContinue reading “New Release Roundup”

5 Key Questions To Ask About Character Motivations

Creating compelling characters is perhaps the most important aspect of fiction writing. Previously, we’ve explored the processes of crafting believable characters,… Source: 5 Key Questions To Ask About Character Motivations

5 Reasons Novelists Should Write Short Stories – Writer’s Edit

The ability to write a short story, and write it well, is invaluable to any author. Novelists in particular can benefit from regularly immersing themselves in short fiction. Writing short stories… Develops creative and critical skills. Builds portfolios. Provides the opportunity to expand experiences with submissions, editors and professional expectations. Furthers your understanding of genres and potentialContinue reading “5 Reasons Novelists Should Write Short Stories – Writer’s Edit”

Official Blurb and Cover for The Long Change

A secret affair…an unspoken love…the change of a lifetime. Andrew Ellis is a winger on a failing hockey team and sees an opportunity for change in the upcoming expansion draft. Through that, he believes he can escape his ex-wife and the painful memories of their daughter’s death from cancer. Not to mention the secret he’sContinue reading “Official Blurb and Cover for The Long Change”

News

I’ve been absent here for a while; there are reasons, and I’ll get into those in a later post. For now, have a look at the cover of my m/m novelette “The Long Change,” coming September 1 from The Wild Rose Press. In the meantime, if you’d like to support my other creative endeavors, youContinue reading “News”

Release Day: Craving Bad

To take the bad with the good has never been this tempting… We all need it. We all crave it. The unexpected. The freedom of letting all your inhibitions go. It’s the thrill of being led to the edge, testing the limits, wondering if and when you’ll be pushed over. It’s the rush of theContinue reading “Release Day: Craving Bad”