March 19, 2020

 So a while ago, I thought to myself, my writing needs someone to tell me what’s working and what isn’t. Not just grammar and structure, but dialogue, fluidness, plot holes, etc. The problem — every editorial service promises results, and few do. Plus, they ask for an...

March 17, 2020

It’s late. In a few hours, we’ll wake up and leave for the hospital. It scares my wife. It scares me too. Our son is due in the morning. 

There’s something about creation and death that keeps a person honest. My wife’s latest pregnancy framed a lot for me about my short...

March 7, 2020

Thanks again for all the great support. The recent birth of Ronan has reminded me how storybook life can be. The good news, none of the excitement has halted writing production. Far from it. Below is a list of all the upcoming news for future works and events…

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March 7, 2020

Yesss! Haunted MTL (Czykmate Productions) will be releasing their first horror anthology, and have asked me to make "The Lantern Quietly Screams" part of their great book. 

March 7, 2020

I heard you coming from a distance. It’s hard to ignore the world uprooting and the heavens twisting down. I felt you coming from the way the earth shook and the way my hands trembled. Now, here you are amongst us, delivered from the Great Divide. Still, even with ever...

February 3, 2020

 How cool is that? DLG Publishing and I have just agreed to terms for my latest short, "A Forest Only Whispers." Stay tuned for release dates coming soon...

When Melissa, a widowed witch who’s as shy as she is brainy, looks to celebrate Mabon with her sisters, she doesn...

January 10, 2020

Ask any best-selling author where they were before their first book became a New York Times bestseller or before their big million dollar publishing deal and their answer is the same. They were struggling. They were getting rejected. They were climbing the hill like ev...

January 7, 2020

Delighted, ecstatic, thrilled- I can’t say it enough how happy I am to have a short story of mine, “The Dilemma of Old Furnaces,” published in “cIRcle,” a digital library for research, theses and dissertations at the

When Eden, a handicapped boy with a brain that’s as s...

November 20, 2019

Support the Arts: It’s a David Versus Goliath Thing

Well, it’s a bummer to have to share this, but for those of you that aren’t in the know, amazon rules the world. You pay to play, and those with t

he most money, connections and marketing often somehow mysteriously make...

October 7, 2019

Two great pieces of news. First, "A Dead End Job"(future work) was a finalist for Speculative Literature Foundation's 2019 Diverse Writers Award. Second, "Consumed" has been nominated for the H.W.A. 2019 Bram Stoker Award. Pretty cool.

One Speculative Literature Foundat...

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