Sprite Giveaway

11/29/2013

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I will be giving away two paperback editions of Sprite on Goodreads. Enjoy!

Sprite discovers that loneliness and fear of the unknown are far
worse than being a freak. Desperate for love, the girl with red eyes begins a
quest through the American underclass that takes her halfway across the country.
She thinks her adventure is a search for her mother, but in truth she's after so
much more.


What the readers say about Sprite: "I fell in love with her. I
cried when she cried, and laughed when she laughed, and hurt at her every
predicament.


"...the heart rending story of a little girl in a cruel
world...yet she never stops looking for love and happiness."


"...sometimes it hurt my heart to continue, but I couldn't
stop."



 

I Need Cover Help

11/21/2013

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Which of these catches the eye and pulls you in?
 

I Want You!

11/15/2013

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I'm looking for a few good men(and women) to act as beta readers for my next book:
  The Apocalypse--The Undead World: Novel 1
Money, terrorism, and simple bad luck conspire to bring mankind to its knees as a viral infection spreads out of control, reducing those infected to undead horrors that feed upon the rest. 
It's a time of misery and death for most, however there are some who are lucky, some who are fast, and some who are just too damned tough to go down without a fight. This is their story.




 

Strippers are like Bacon--They Make Everything Better

11/03/2013

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It turns out, from a writer's perspective that a Zombie Apocalypse
is as natural breathing and eating brains (A misnomer in the zombie world--zombies will eat brain when they can get it, however they're somewhat
like bacon at the end of a breakfast buffet, your plate is already full by the time you arrive)
This natural flow of writing has me in the strange position of writing
too fast! 29,000 words a week can't be good for a person. It also can't
be good for the ending of my book, which for me always unfolds as the story does, revealing itself in flashes or teases. This brings me to this genius idea: Strippers vs Zombies! Why didn't I think of that?