The importance of being

We all have to make choices, regardless of which path through life we choose. What to eat, what to wear, what careers we pursue, where we live, how we live, what we stand for, what we fight for, etc. Again, regardless of the path, some decisions we will want to take back once the choices are made. It’s easy to change our minds about a favorite flavor of ice cream. Or we can decide to … Read on …

WIP: status update March 2016

My newest work in progress is If There Be Giants, book one of The Watchers series. The status is I’m roughly 45 thousand words into it. Unlike the Fountain of Life series, it’s written in third-person (omnipresent narrator), which once you read it you’ll understand why. This story follows an archeologist, Dr. Mallory Jacks, and her discovery of a strange but familiar creature. The setting is modern day in Cornwall, England. I anticipate this series … Read on …

Cheating paperback lover

Being Human in e-book has been out for a little over a week and now I’m preparing to publish the paperback edition, working even harder to make sure the print version will be a great reading experience. I, myself, love print books. Holding a printed book in my hands somehow makes the story more real, maybe because the book itself feels more permanent and personal. It’s not on a cloud; it’s solid matter and my … Read on …

20 Questions for readers

Twenty questions about life and the Fountain of Life series. Answer as many as you wish in the comments at the bottom of this page. If you had a sure fire way for a do-over, would you take a chance? What would you sacrifice to follow a dream? If there was a fountain of youth, would you sip from the pool? If you could make a new career choice/change, what would it be? List one … Read on …

It’s true, my characters are me … and you

It’s been a while since Flash Back was released. Six months later Second Nature (originally published as Regeneration X was published, four months or so after that Being Human was released. When I wrote the first book, unlike many authors of a series, I didn’t have a series planned. I thought Flash Back would be a standalone novel. While none of my stories end in a cliff-hanger, it wasn’t until two chapters before the end … Read on …

My interview with Loving The Book

Tell us about your writing – What genre do you prefer to write? What books, stories, other publications that you’ve written are your personal favorites? Anything new coming up? I write in the Science Fiction genre, but there is some argument as to what Sci-fi is or isn’t. Some people say aspects of fantasy and sci-fi can overlap. I do not write about aliens, exotic creatures, or space travel. I do, however, think medical fiction … Read on …