Tuesday, May 18, 2021

"Day of Reckoning" is NOW AVAILABLE!

The day has come at last...Book 3 of the Wesley Winter trilogy, "Day of Reckoning," is now available in both ebook and print versions! Here's the blurb:

June, 1993: Wesley Winter fears for his grandfather's safety after he learns that an old enemy, long thought dead, is still alive and has come back for revenge.

When the enemy begins to target and abduct Wesley's loved ones, he is left with an unthinkable choice: Their lives in exchange for his grandfather.

Now Wesley must face the enemy in one final confrontation with everyone's lives on the line, including his own...

As always, reviews are welcome and encouraged, whether on the platform where you purchased the book or on www.goodreads.com. Thank you for your continued support!


Thursday, May 6, 2021

Promotion: "Dead of Winter" and "Valley of the Shadow" e-books available for $0.99

 As we approach the May 18th release date for Book #3 in the Wesley Winter triology, "Day of Reckoning," the e-book versions of "Dead of Winter" and "Valley of the Shadow" will be on sale for $0.99 until May 17th. If you have not read the first two books of this series, now is a great opportunity to download your copies and get caught up with Wesley and his adventures. Just click here to be redirected to the series page, where you can download your copies for the e-reader of your choice. Thank you for your continued support!

Saturday, May 1, 2021

"When Your Beauty IS the Beast" NOW AVAILABLE!



Today is May 1, which means that the short story anthology "When Your Beauty IS the Beast" is now available in both print and Kindle formats. It includes my short story, "Skin Deep," which has to do with a missing beauty queen and a very unusual mirror. Here's an excerpt: 


Looking up, I noticed that the person on the roof was a female. A female who might have given the Bride of Frankenstein a run for her money, but female nevertheless. Her legs were crouched as if she had thoughts of jumping off the roof but scared of how she might land.
Was that what we heard on the roof? Or what I saw out of the corner of my eye?
Then she looked at me. Even in her distorted features, I read a reaction of horror. She screamed and ran toward the other end of the roof. A big oak tree was on that side of the house, with one limb ending just a few feet away. She took a running jump and barely grabbed the limb in time to avoid disaster.
A squirrel or a cat might do that, look as if they were about to fall, and then still be able to recover and scamper up into the tree. Unfortunately for her, she weighed more than any squirrel or cat. The branch snapped immediately, sending her to the ground with a wail and a thud.
“Dispatch! I need an ambulance in Magnolia Heights, on the double!” I barked into my radio as I rushed over to see about her.
Fortunately, she didn’t seem to be badly injured, minus the funny angle at which one foot jutted out at the ankle. A bad sprain, maybe a fracture. Either way, she was in pain and making no effort to put any weight on that leg. For the first time, I got a good look at her face. Her nose was like that of a pig, one eye was bigger than the other, and her teeth had a sickening black tint. That grayish skin looked more like scales on closer examination.
However, what really caught my eye was the mole on her left cheek. A beauty mark—one that looked mighty familiar.
“Uncle Dane?” she said, her voice full of desperation. “Help me!”


The book also features stories from other talented writers. Click on over to Amazon and check it out!