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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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It’s Getting Official Now

Just ordered a custom cover for the release of Built for Murder from 99Designs. Up until now I’ve created my own short story covers using licensed images from various online resources, Photoshopped them using the Acorn software, and my decades … Continue reading

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A Mystery on the Way

Am in the final stages of completing Built for Murder, my first novel length mystery. It’s the first of a planned trilogy around a young ex-Marine detective named Erich Rambles. He’s lives and works in Austin Texas, has a girlfriend … Continue reading

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ProWritingAid is Improving My Process

I’ve been busy lately on several improvement projects. The first project involved releasing revised versions of the Young Hieronymus series; The Huntress, A Lesson in Power, and Amaranthine Dreams. I wanted to do this for a couple of reasons, 1) … Continue reading

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