SNAFU: Unnatural Selection – new anthology pre-order including yours truly!

I’m ecstatic to announce that the Pre-Order for SNAFU: Unnatural Selection by Cohesion Press is now live!  This is especially cool news, as one of my pieces, Unborn will be included in the anthology. I’m extremely excited for this story to get out there, and equally excited that me debut with the Cohesion Press […]


If you self publish, you should read this immediately

Digital Book World posted an interview today with Hugh Howey, a hugely successful independent author who has achieved New York Times best seller status, and he’s got a lot to say about self-publishing vs. traditional publishing. It’s a fantastic article. Of course, with Howey being the very successful independent author that he is, most of […]


Latest G.I. Joe: Kindle Worlds novella has been published!

I first got my start as an author writing G.I. Joe novels and novellas for Amazon’s Kindle Worlds platform, a great licensing agreement which allows writers to write stories based in licensed universes, including G.I. Joe! I’ve got three novels and a novella published already, and today my second novella has been published as well! […]


G.I. Joe: Legacy Book 3 – Whisper is on the way!

My latest Amazon Kindle Worlds G.I. Joe project has been completed!  Part 3 of the G.I. Joe: Legacy joint project with fellow writers Jim Beard, Bill Nedrow, and Troy Osgood will hit Kindle Worlds on March 1st. It was a blast to write, and I can’t wait to get it out there. You can check […]


Operation: Harvest Book Three is officially in progress

In truth, I’ve been working on book three of the Operation: Harvest trilogy off and on for nearly a year, but there feels like a distinct difference between collecting all of my thoughts into a handful of disjointed Google Docs files, and actually laying those ideas down on paper, in a certain sequence in order […]

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Adventures in Self Publishing – Six Months later

It was November, 2014 when I actually got semi-serious about self publishing, deciding to participate in NanoWriMo 2014, and managing to spew out my entire 110,000 word novel during that short four week span. Then, for the next nine months I began this strange twisted journey towards the world of self publishing, learning a lot […]


Read The Fog of Dreams again…for the first time

I mentioned it briefly in a previous post, and I’m taking care to try and handle this correctly, but within the next month or so, I’ll be releasing The Fog of Dreams… …again. Because of some invaluable input from a new editor, I’ve gone through my first novel again, made some critical timeline changes and […]


Knowing when to say when – revising your novel

When I was in the final stages of releasing my first book, I wanted it to be 100% perfect. I read it through countless times and had a few different beta readers, plus my editor check it all out. Got sign off, people seemed happy, I was happy, BOOM published. That’s the end of it. […]

Top Ten Writing Inspirations of 2015 – Part 3

This past year has been one of ups, downs, and in-betweens. I lost two people close to me, but published my first novel and submitted several potential works for possible future publication.  Throughout this series of events it was often tough to dig out some writing inspirations of 2015. Throughout the emotional minefield of 2015 […]


Top Ten Writing Inspirations of 2015 – Part 2

Yesterday I ran down the roller coaster that was 2015 and gave some insight into writing inspirations and motivations that I drew from the year that was. Join me here for Part Two of this look back. 07 – Fellow Kindle Worlds Authors G.I. Joe on Kindle Worlds Along with my own novel work, I’ve […]