Layton Green takes us deep into the underworld of drugs and murder in The Shadow Cartel, A Dominic Grey Novel.. Grey must rely on every investigation from his past to help them find this elusive yet invisible killer…
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I wake to the quiet—a split of time held in smoky purity …but then a thought imposes–a heavy tsk-tsk that makes my head bow and my stomach curl. It’s a call to suffering, a shift towards fear…
Whenever someone tells me that they enjoyed reading a book, I always ask if they contacted the author to tell them what it was they liked about it.
Laine Cunningham, author, professional editor, and winner of five international awards for fiction and nonfiction, took the time to interview me about the writing of my novel, Cosette’s Tribe.
I first met Claire and Helena through the flash fiction site ‘Friday Fictioneers‘ and I’m so pleased that I did. Their writing, though very different is quite brilliant.
Peter is an accomplished writer, a world traveler, a witty storyteller with a wicked sense of humor, a father of three, a grandfather and a dear friend.
I recently learned that a California publisher has accepted my work for an upcoming collection of true stories titled Working for a Living.
Just over a month ago I posted what I thought was the new title of my novel in progress. I was wrong. I also posted what I thought was my new opening scene. I was wrong. Will I ever learn? Apparently not, since I’m posting an even newer title and opening scene. Ah, the power of a […]
Horror is not a genre I usually feel comfortable with. That said there is something about the writing of K.Z. Morano that draws you in, in spite of yourself. How someone who looks so sweet, could write such gut-wrenching stories baffled me when I first read her work. But she is a writer who can turn her pen to other genres too, and I admire her ability to do that.
The novel TOWN OF SECRETS. On her way out, Mallory took a steak knife from the kitchen drawer and slid it to the bottom of her purse. She probably should buy a switchblade. What if she grabbed the wrong end of the steak knife while rummaging for her cell phone? The thought of bright red blood dripping into her purse, let alone coming from her own finger, gave her a shiver.
This is the second excerpt from the upcoming third Gastar novella. Many new and old characters maneuver around Shevata’s life, making plans for her before she returns to her home city of Gastar, in hopes of setting aside her past existence as a veteran assassin to live as a normal person: Shevata, lead character assassin […]
Shevata, lead character of the Gastar Series This except from the upcoming third Gastar novella features pirates! The ship rocked slightly as the sailors pushed it quietly away from the docks with poles. The rising tide would take them out further to sea at sunrise, within the hour. Four men sat around the mast, looking […]
I want to thank Andy again for offering me an article again; as well I’m honored to share my blog space for another of her outstanding historic medieval essays. Check out her blog with some great visual: http://medievalessays.blogspot.com/2014/02/the-king-and-his-horse.html?spref=tw Richard, Duke of Gloucester, “The White Queen” One of the most important aspects of chivalry is the […]
“When did he say he’d be back?” Said Shevata, slumped in the corner of Zermon’s throne before the huge firepit. The surrounding black terrace lit up with red and orange flames echoing the sounds of agonized souls from the bottom of the fire. She found Hell distasteful enough as Zermon’s prisoner, but again to do […]
Some artists, brave souls, create in full view of their audience. I would be ashamed of myself, except the main reason for my absence is that I was writing/revising/reading toward a better manuscript. No excuse, you say? You’re probably right. But I’m still on the blog-learning curve. I find that my more automatic go-to spot […]