I have a limited number of free review copies for the audio version of Goblin. If you’re interested and able to leave a review, please let me know. I’m giving priority to anyone who has left prior reviews for any of my books. The copies are for the U.S. and U.K. Audible service only. Actor […]Read more "Goblin Audiobook Review Copies"
Why goblins? The roots of my upcoming series begin with my novel Nineveh’s Child. This post-apocalyptic story told the story of a young girl, Dinah, who had escaped from a facility where she was a lab subject and the product of genetic engineering tests. The world outside her enclave showed humanity scratching by but not reduced […]Read more "Why Goblins? The Origin of the New Fantasy Series"
The poll question asked which two Serenity crewmembers would you take for your own spaceship, with the remaining posts filled with redshirts. Kaylee Frye 80% Zoe Washburne 50% Hoban Washburne 30% Malcolm Reynolds 20% Simon Tam 10% River Tam 10% Inara Serra 0% Jayne Cobb 0% Derrial Book 0% Kaylee is the clear favorite choice. […]Read more "Firefly Poll Results"
Which two do you hire for your spaceship? Please note the rest of the crew will be manned by minimally skilled redshirts.Read more "Firefly Crew Member Poll"
I’m excited to share the cover for my upcoming new release! Yellow Envy is part three of the Blood of the Masked God series. It’s a continuation of Lily’s story, dealing with the aftermath of the events in Blue Mercy. The artist Abbyanna Gehrke at Abbyanna.com did a crazy-good job. Here it is. What do […]Read more "Yellow Envy Cover Reveal"
Characters should go through some sort of process during a story. Either they learn or refuse to learn, they grow or they decide to stagnate, they evolve or they decline. All are acceptable character arcs. But my favorite arc is when a character does indeed face the challenges of the plot and comes out on the other side improved.Read more "Positive Character Development"
It’s Red Wrath Release Week! First reviews: “5.0 out of 5 stars. Engaging new take on superhero genre.” “A brilliant fast-paced read…” “Kept me turning the pages up to the end – even at the cost of needed sleep.” Blurb: Heroes always do good. That’s what Lily believed until a superhero killed her parents. The news reported […]Read more "Red Wrath Release Week!"