In the end, the only thing left may be their love. Or perhaps…nothing at all.
Stay warm inside this weekend and curl up with one of my new books!
Kindle Vella update
I’ve only been on KV since October. So far, the hardest part is marketing my stories. I have a consistent TWO likes per episode/chapter and maybe one person will do the polls. Vella is good for authors because of the bonuses they offer. Royalties are usually crap, but that’s fine. That first month I received... Continue Reading →
He motioned to the lighthouse, its guiding light arching in a circle overhead before sweeping out to brush the waves. “I live there...
Whatever You Do…Don’t Open-
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The Culling: Audiobook available
150 years after a virus wipes out most of the world’s population, Reagan Scott finds herself chosen for the State of the Union's fifth Culling. She will compete against 49 of the country's brightest girls. And then, of course, there are the 50 boys. She’ll have to pair up with one for her shot at... Continue Reading →
Losing Venice: A Novel
Short-listed for the 2019 People's Book Prize"A remarkable novel... only someone who has lived in Venice could write with such vivid detail, clarity and affection about her charms and annoyances."JoAnn Loctov, Dream of VeniceSurrounded by beauty, can you learn to live beautifully? Travel marketing executive Mark Vandermar leads an itinerant life. Elsewhere is where he calls home,... Continue Reading →
The Anura Incident
Vincent has put up with a lot in his sixteen years. He's turned out shy and awkward. But when all hell breaks loose, and people can't hold it together, he steps up and takes charge. The zombie apocalypse will expose people's true character. Purchase here
A Merman’s Choice
For centuries the shape-shifting mermen of the Morvann Islands have lived incognito among humans. But one of them, Yann, has developed some bad habits. Like rescuing humans, even when doing so risks revealing his true nature. When he fishes Alex out of the sea, he doesn’t expect her to reappear eight months later, and turn... Continue Reading →
Twelve thousand words of tears and terror! These short stories all have one thing in common - they do not end well. Be it murderers, monsters, or love, something always goes wrong. Hollywood didn't write these tales, so the good guy doesn't win. Lock the doors, close the drapes, and turn on the lights. Get... Continue Reading →