My editor and I decided to share a freebie story to help celebrate the season of love. This tale should probably be rated “R” so you have been warned. Please feel free to tell us what you think of betterthanchocolates_final1 This tale is being released under a Creative Commons license so feel free in passing … More A FREE Read!
One of my all-time favorite authors is John Ringo. The other day, I tripped over a paperback release of the latest novel in his Paladin of Shadows (Ghost) series. The first book in that series is Ghost and I highly recommend it. In A Deeper Blue, the ex-SEAL is once more called to help defend … More A Deeper Blue Review
It looks like there are shifter goats in Nigeria nowadays. From the article: “In a front-page article on Friday, the Vanguard newspaper said that two men tried to steal a Mazda car two days earlier in Kwara State, with one suspect transforming himself into a goat as vigilantes cornered him.”
Now THAT was a long haul! Yesterday, I drove for about 20 hours with an hour and fifteen minute break about 3/4 way through. It was worth it though. My wife and I drove south on I95 from Alexandria, Virginia to Stuart, Florida. I’ll grab some pictures and post them in the next few days. … More On the Road Again!
The Reluctant Dom by Tymber Dalton My review rating: 5 of 5 stars I had a chance to read an early release and loved this novel. This is an awesome piece and the only book in recent memory that brought tears to my eyes. I will have a longer review here as soon as it … More I’ve Joined Good Reads
New Ickford Manor, my medieval time-travel novel, has new cover art. As usual, Renee Rocco has done a fantastic job.
I was just reading the current issue of What’s Next, which I recommend, by the way, and ran into this gem: “In closing it is probably worth mentioning Elizabeth Kuber-Ross’s five point model of how people deal with death. Stage 1 is disbelief, stage 2 is yearning, stage 3 is anger, stage 4 is depression … More Why are We So Angry?