Category Archives: mystery

Final Preparations, No Really

I hope to in one week be able to upload the final version of Built for Murder to Amazon, Apple Books, and Smashwords for pre-ordering sales. That is, give or take a day or two if everything works out. Still … Continue reading

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Built for Murder Cover Reveal

Here it is, in all it’s glory, the custom cover I commissioned for the first Erich Ramble’s mystery novel. The process itself was dead simple. I started by researching mystery covers for the genres I was going to place the … Continue reading

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It Lives (Storms that is)

Just finished the first rewrite of Storms on an Opal Sea. After 6 years it can finally move on and take its place among my short story collection. Will be sending it out for reading feedback soon, then onto an … Continue reading

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Storms Still Alive

Finally making some headway on finishing my short story Storms on an Opal Sea, possibly the oldest idea in my to-do projects folder. Creativity and energy have been radiating out of me so I’ve been jumping from project to project … Continue reading

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