As release day hovers like a fog over this month (I think the official release was yesterday, although readers started getting copies of the book like three weeks ago?) I thought I’d dust off this old blog and do a few posts about this final chapter in the Neverland Wars saga. I use the term… Continue reading The Covers of The Neverland Wars Trilogy
These past few weeks have been so good. I can’t even begin to articulate how much work I’m getting done on exciting new books, as well as how much I’m getting to enjoy the spring and gather story fodder for whatever comes next. It seems like every time I turn around I stumble onto an… Continue reading Hades, Wisconsin, San Fran, and Who Knows: What I’ve Been Listening To
Hello everyone! What a mad, mad world. I just finished and printed draft three of a super-secret-sci-fi project last night, and keep your ears to the ground because *THERE IS A BOOK RELEASE NEXT WEEK* If you’re on the mailing list you already know what I’m talking about. Otherwise, I guess you’re just going to… Continue reading The Piper’s Price Pre-Order Plot + Giveaway
Hello, hello, hello! It is with great pleasure that I announce THE NEVERLAND WARS II: THE PIPER’S PRICE is set for release in February 2017. I’ve been working like crazy on it, and thanks to the support and effort of my publisher, we’re going to be able to bring this book into being less than… Continue reading How to Celebrate a Sequel? A 99¢ Ebook!
There’s something childish, exciting, and quintessentially magical about fairytales. The problem is, most of them are pretty puerile or morbid stories. Either you get the dolled up Disney version of Cinderella, or you go back far enough to the Grimm Brothers’ version where the stepsisters are hacking off parts of their feet in order to… Continue reading Retold Fairytales: A Crossroads of Age and Youth
Truth is a kind of moderation, the reality that lies in-between the impossible extremes of anything. Is it just me though, or does life seem to be made up of extremes that the truth never captures? The more I try to tell a true story, the more fictitious it becomes. That’s why, sometimes, the truest… Continue reading How To Tell A True Story