2018 Changes and Plans

Do you make resolutions, goals, or set up projects for the New Year? Personally, I've found that all three have merit. As people we make resolutions all the time. Really? Yep, we sure do. Remember being a kid and saying, "I don't like Brussel Sprouts, I will not eat them, you cannot make me." Sounds [...]

Get Liberty for Christmas!

When the whole world seems dark you can still depend on The Liberty Girl to get to the heart of the matter. A beacon of justice during the dark days of World War II, Liberty continues her heroic battle against evil Today. Pick up your copy of Liberty Girl: Fight For Freedom Also available in [...]

October: Writers on Instagram Photo Challenge Week 3 #igwritersoct

This is week three of the #igwritersoct photo challenge on Instagram. This challenge has been fun and we are in the last days as week four begins today. I am looking forward to the challenge for November and NaNoWriMo. I will be posting my NaNo Instagram Photo Challenge at the end of this week so [...]

October: Writers on Instagram Photo Challenge Week 2 #igwritersoct

This is week two of the #igwritersoct photo challenge on Instagram. So far I've enjoyed the challenge. I have missed 2 days (oopsie),but I did get to see my son and his family who traveled all the way from California and I also joined my local United Methodist Church. Those kinds of things are important [...]

31 Days of October Interview with Shae Hamrick and a Giveaway!

I am excited to announce a new anthology: 31 Days of October: A Haunting Collection of Hallowe'en Tales. This book is filled with 33 short stories by 23 writers each with suspense and that feeling of relaxing by a crackling fire telling ghost stories. Below is an interview with one of my co-writers and organizer, Shae [...]

Chat with Kevin Broden – Revenge Of The Masked Ghost

Seeking a career in comic books, Kevin Paul Shaw Broden took art courses throughout his educations only to eventually discover that no matter the media he was a storyteller. Kevin has been telling stories ever since. His first published story was a science fiction tale that appeared in his college newspaper. Since then he has [...]

Family is, as Family does.

This is what family does. For my part in LEGENDS OF NEW PULP FICTION, The Dangerous Client, is the work I am most proud of, and I don't make a single dime from it sale. Nancy Hansen says it better than I can. Buying a copy of this anthology helps one of my dear friends,Tommy Hancock, [...]

Looking into the Future: On tap for 2016

Although it isn't quite the end of 2015 I am already looking toward 2016. I want to give you all a round up of accomplishments for the year, and share a bit of what I have planned for the future. Two stories were accepted to anthologies this last year. One is the prequel of my novella, [...]


The winner is Ashley! Hey guys and gals! I have a new novella out today and I want to give one lucky reader a freebie Kindle copy--more about that in a moment. In the novella I am introducing a character who is near and dear to my heart. Reid Cannon, who is an archaeology graduate [...]

Interview with Julie Elizabeth Powell — Weird: A Henry Ian Darling Oddity

Julie Elizabeth Powell is a Indie author of  eighteen volumes in various genres. She won the Essex Fresh Talent Competition for the beginning of The Star Realm in 2009. Although she enjoys creating handcrafted cards, jewelry, scrap-booking, painting, drawing, and 3D art, writing is her true passion. Interview with Julie Elizabeth Powell   author of Weird: A Henry Ian Darling Oddity. 06/11/2015 [...]