New York Nights, the sequel to my paranormal buddy cop thriller is now available. The story picks up where Chicago Blues left off and sends Galen Miller and BC Peale to do to New York everything they did to Chicago — and more. New York Nights Undeath isn’t going smoothly for BC Peale. Peale’s unintentional intrusion…
At last! Galen Miller and BC Peale, my paranormal buddy cop duo are hitting print — among other things. The first book of the series, Chicago Blues, is now available. Chicago Blues It started off as a routine night for jazz pianist BC Peale: hop on the Harley, hit a local bar and grab a…
Got an ereader? Maybe an ereader app on your computer or mobile? If you do, have I got a deal for you! Individual short
stories just 99 cents!
Between the contests, challenges, anthologies I have contributed to, anthologies I have TRIED to contribute to and stuff that just popped into my head, I have a slew of short stories lying around. Used to be that, unless it fitted into an anthology or was needed as a sample of an author’s work, a short story by itself wasn’t worth much. The advent of electronic publishing and the proliferation of electronic reading devices has changed that. Now a short story is just the right length to pull up between flights, before meetings, on breaks or just before settling down to sleep. That’s why I decided to put my work out there as singles for just 99 cents each. A little story for a little price that I hope will bring big enjoyment.
Listings of my titles — in about any flavor desired — can be found:
FandomFest, Louisville, KY’s six-year-old media/literary convention will be coming up this weekend, July 22-24, 2011! I’m especially excited about this year’s event because I’m going to be on a couple panels as well as being in the Dealers Room (Many thanks to Stephen Zimmer and Frank Hall for making it happen!). The panels I’ll be…
Why talk about a holiday story now? Because it isn’t strictly a holiday story. In Hanukkah Gelt, former military intelligence operative turned artist and photographer, Joshua Katzen, simply hoped for a quiet holiday with his sometimes girlfriend, Roz Eliahu. But instead of a cozy holiday spent in front of a cheery fireplace, Josh and Roz find themselves entangled in a web of murder, forgery and betrayal.
I’ve been way out of the loop this past month with my first stab at the National Novel Writing Month. I wasn’t sure how I’d do with it since life tends to get in the way of things, but I made it! I hit 50,000 words plus on Saturday, November 27. I actually got plot flow and dialog for two books during that time. YAY!
I hope I can participate in it next year and have as good luck.
For now, though, I’m diving into the actual finishing of both Sitehuti and Nefer-Djenou-Bastet books: the Eloquent Scribe and Lies in the Place of Truth.
Back to ancient Egypt I go!