Planning the Next Wedding, A Cover Reveal, and More Discounted and Free Books

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I have to start out this email by saying thank you for the overwhelming support from all of you after my last email. Many replied to that message and it was great corresponding with you. Since then, a lot has happened. My wife announced that she and my daughter are planning to go looking at […]

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Character Diversity and What it Means to Me

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I’m working on a new series that, while fun to write and action-packed, deals with some tough issues on what it means to be a person or be human. 

It all sprang from a request from one of my daughters to make my books more inclusive of diverse characters, and to make the stories, not about that diversity, but to just write stories with a variety of character genders, orientations, and orientations more representative of society as a whole.

Readers Said They Wanted More! I Listened…

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Somebody said to me they wanted more.

“More what?” I asked.

“More about what you’re working on.”

“Oh, I guess I can do that.”

That is about how that conversation went and I agree, I could do more to communicate with all the awesome readers out there. Because of that, I’ve kicked off a Facebook Fan Page that will allow me to do some regular Facebook Live videos.

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A Winter Holiday in Bali and Book Deals and Freebies

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Well, I’m fresh back from my tropical vacation in Bali. It wasn’t totally a vacation since I was on the trip with a bunch of the top fantasy and sci-fi indie authors I know to talk about our books, fans, and writing in general. My wife got some beach time, though while I was in […]

A New Year and a Huge Selection of New Series to Check Out – Free!

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The year of 2019 looks like it’s going to be a break out year for me and my family. My son got married in late 2018 and my daughter got engaged over the Christmas Holidays. There’s a lot to look forward to in the coming year. On the author side of things: I have several […]

My Fantasy Books and the Numbers 29, 34, and 6!

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29 – That’s the number so far.   29 books and audiobooks on sale right now. (You might be eligible for a free audiobook here.)   If you add in the free books and stories offered only to my newsletter subscribers the number is really 34. (You have to ask if you want the extras.😉) […]

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My Furry Writing Companion and Positive Writing Habits

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There’s an author friend of mine who shares pics of his “Arctic Dog” all the time, showing a snapshot of his daily life in Alaska as he goes about his authoring life. I don’t have anything as exciting as an Arctic Dog, but I do have a furry writing companion. Peggy, our 2 1/2-year-old miniature Schnauzer has been happy to curl up between my extended legs when I sit in my recliner. She’s done this while I write since we first got her as a puppy.

Summer of Books, Books, and More Books!

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So much as been going on and I’m ramping up book production for the Fall. Look for a slew of new books coming out starting in mid-August and continuing through the end of the year. There’s a brand new Urban Fantasy adventure/thriller series plus something new and different. Stay tuned here to this blog to […]

Spring Reading – Books, Books, and More Books!

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Some people call this a time for spring cleaning. I call it a time for spring reading.  In light of that idea, here’s a double treat. First a look at a debut author friend of mine. Take a look at her book – Fate of the Fae. The creeping undead attacks started almost two years ago, […]

The Paramedic’s Doom is Here!

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Hi, Far and above anything else, the number one question I get is: How long until Book 7 in the Extreme Medical Services series comes out? Good news, folks, The Paramedic’s Doom is finally here! One Paramedic, Four Horsemen, and the End of the World Dean Flynn sees himself as just a normal paramedic, despite […]