Welcome to my blog.
Since I have taken A Wolf's Paradise offline in hopes of it going into publication, I will be changing the scope of my blog.

I am now going to try and provide a forum if you will, for all things writing. Friends that would like to throw out short-stories, interviews, reviews, etc, etc.

Let me know what you've got, I'm willing to help in any way that I can.

Cheers, Mates!


Monday, August 29, 2011

New book

I know, I know, its been a while. This has been a rather distracting summer, what with family vacations, hurricanes, and what-not. I'll try and do better.

  My good friend Jonathan Maberry is launching his new Y-A novel from Simon and Schuster, tomorrow August 30, 2011. It is the sequel to his highly acclaimed Y-A book, Rot and Ruin.

  If Dust and Decay is anything like Rot and Ruin, then I am certain it will be a wonderful read. Rot and Ruin left this reader wanting more for sure.

Here is a link to a review:

Check it out, you won't be sorry, Mr. Maberry is a writer of immense talent.

Tuesday, August 2, 2011


Hi everybody, I know I've been away for a while, but now I'm back and I'm back on track. For some reason every time I go to CA, something saps my motivation. This time, however, it wasn't my fault. I blew up my laptop, no laptop, no writing.

  I did manage to get some reading in while I was out there though, and good reading it was. I embarked into the world of Tim Waggoner, Nekropolis to be more specific. I read the first two books in this series, and I wasn't disappointed. Tim has created a world that is every bit as bizarre as you would expect from a world that houses all of the things that go bump in the night.

  Entrenched in that world is a man who relies most heavily on his brains as well as his wit, not necessarily because he wants to, but because he has to, for you see Matt Richtus is a self-willed zombie, zombie detective that is.

  Clever writing and good story-lines draw you into the world of Nekropolis very quickly. Once you start, you will have a hard time putting them down, because you'll have to see what kind of trouble our hero gets himself into next.

  I have resumed work on A Wolf's Paradise now that I have the use of a working computer, so I guess that means I'd better get back to work.

  Back soon,