An amazing interview right on the day my debut novel launches! William Lloyd and I talk inspiration, books, and busy schedules. Come join us!
I had a wonderful interview with Chris Humphreys, who has acted in lots of TV shows and movies, is currently doing a lot of voice acting for audiobooks, and has published 20 novels. He writes mainly historical fiction and epic fantasy, with his latest novel, One London Day, being a modern take on noir. We had […]
The Watcher Girl by Minka Kent My rating: 3 of 5 stars It was tough to choose a star rating on this book. First off I’ll say that I did enjoy reading it, mostly because the main character, Grace, has a really good, strong voice that never wavered in its cynicism, strength, and straightforward nature. […]
Have you grabbed my historical suspense short story The Artist yet? It’s just $0.99 on Amazon, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, and Smashwords. Reviews are still rolling in! Norns Triad Publications called it “Historical suspense at its best” in their most recent newsletter. I tried to think ahead, anticipating what would happen in the end. I was […]
I was live on Quill and Ink Podcast last night! I spoke with romcom author Miranda Oh and fantasy author Jenna Greene, and we had a wonderful time. We covered how I manage my time to fit everything in, some of my research methods (including the proper way to use Wikipedia), what kinds of books […]
This month, I had an article published in TopShelf Magazine. I wrote all about moral gray areas in my suspense novels and short stories, plus how those gray areas make villains more relatable. If you know my work and you know me, you also know that villains pretty much load up my novels! No one […]
Thank you to J.M. Northup for taking the time to read The Artist and review it on her blog! Check out her review here. Other reviewers on Goodreads and Amazon are saying: “Sometimes you read a story and things are nice, tidy, and convenient. The Artist avoids this and I think is an impressive way […]