For those of you who know me, welcome! Thanks for taking a step over to my new stomping grounds and paying me a visit. Mind the paint, it’s wet.
For those of you who don’t know me, hello! I’m a writer (but don’t let that scare you, I’m really an OK kind of guy). I come up with horror, science-fiction and thrillers, from all over time and the universe. Some are scary, some are ruthless, but all are enjoyable (at least, that’s what everyone tells me to make me feel better). I’ve been steadily writing since I was a child, but only in the last 25 years have I really buckled down into piecing together solid works and pushing them out to the public.
Social media helps with that to a degree, but I wanted to have a space that’s all my own, so I could speak directly to my audience without any middlemen or complications. So here we are! Feel free to peruse the works listed, and if you feel inclined, grab some from Amazon! I’ll try to make regular updates to this blog to keep everyone aware of where I’m going with projects and how everything is shaping up.
I want to take a moment and point out that HEATHER RICE redesigned all my covers, and did all the work creating this website. (Take a bow, Heather. Everyone applaud, please. Thank you.) She nailed it, and has been key in getting me organized and focused.
To business then: Where do I stand on projects?
I have about 25 projects that I am currently working on. Some are very basic in their framework, just the thinnest threads of an idea starting to coalesce…but some are immensely detailed, and almost ready to go.
The biggest one I am currently underway with is the much-anticipated sequel to ‘The Curse of Lilith’, which I know many people have been waiting to read. The outline is done, and I am plowing through the first draft now.
There have been a lot of interruptions in my life over the last few years. My grandmother passed, followed by my grandfather, and then my mother. I was overwhelmed with handling all of the various legal processes for their estates, and trying to get all of their affairs in order. I’m in a better place now, where hopefully I can put fingers to keyboard, and get some of these long-awaited works in presentable form.
I thank you for your patience with me, and your dedication to reading what I’ve created. If you get any enjoyment out of my works at all, then it’s worth it. It never was about making money, or turning some huge profit, or becoming famous: It was always just about telling a good story. Adverbs be damned.
I think I’ve said enough. Thanks again for joining me on the next leg of this adventure. Hopefully we can all enjoy the trip and actually get somewhere this time. (Screw 2020.)