A Scene You Deleted But Love Anyway: 5 More Questions

Wake Me Up is now speaking “softly” to early readers out and about the multiverse. Feedback is trickling in, reviews welcome on all platforms (Goodreads and Amazon), and articles and interviews to answer....

Read More →

5 More Questions About WAKE ME UP—#literary #crime

All for fun, I’m providing five more answers in the January joy theme activator, one question for each day of the month . . . These cover January 6th through the 10th and...

Read More →

You Hope Someday Your Book Gets A Review That Says…

I’ve decided to try to post answers to questions specific to my latest psychological, literary crime novel, Wake Me Up. This book took over ten years to write and produce, going through hundreds...

Read More →

Wake Me Up: First Justin Bog #Crime Novel

As this new year begins, I question what really happened in 2015 with a heavy sigh. So many ups and downs of a smallish nature, some happy and bewildering moments mixed in with...

Read More →

Sandcastle & Hark On Sale GRATIS & $2.99: Runaway Goodness PreFunk Event

Hello fellow book readers and lovers of the printed page, be it on kindle or the best way, the old-fashioned way, in paperback. This post is to share with you the news that...

Read More →

Wake Me Up: Quote 1 #crime novel

There are so many thrilling moments taking up my days, and I’m enjoying the line editing on Wake Me Up, tweaking the paragraphs, language, sentences, phrasing, words. All in service to the story....

Read More →

Wake Me Up: Novel Cover Reveal

Wake Me Up comes out in the next three months from Gravity Books, enough time to plan each detail of its release. The publishing side of any book is the most difficult to...

Read More →

The Bone Fire: A 1st Scene From My #Horror Screenplay

Also titled The Banishing of Antonella Novi, this screenplay, The Bone Fire, was completed and sent to be critiqued long ago. I’ve just taken it out to shake the spiders away from the...

Read More →

Recipe #1 Chicken Noodle Soup: A Bog Variation

So, I drove back from a week in my old home stomping grounds, Sun Valley, Idaho, through smoke and fire-devastated hills, and all I could think of was rain. A huge wind and...

Read More →

Library Lit Crawl 2015: Author Appearance

It’s wonderful to be able to take a trip back to one of my favorite places, and one I used to call home. I moved to Sun Valley, Idaho in 1993 with two...

Read More →
Pages:«1234567...23»