Welcome back to my post-apocalyptic series! If you haven't heard, my two most recent novels are all about Rayland Mark Calderón trying to escape the Swarm, a flock of cloud-like creatures that have wiped out much of the human race with their deadly sonic wave attacks. The only problem is, Rayland is outrunning the Swarm … Continue reading The Swarm and the Flyer: Chapter 3 (Part Two)
Time for me to start looking.
My short story, The Pink Scarf, was published in the second volume of an adult anthology collection, Ashtrays to Jawbreakers. It is completely free on Smashwords, so feel free to check it out by clicking here.
Take Me Tomorrow was reviewed by A Literary Mind recently, and you can read the entire review by clicking here, but check out this small excerpt: “I can’t say how refreshing it was to have a protagonist that felt real. Knife-throwing abilities aside, Sophia is like the rest of us; she’s stubborn, flawed, and simply cannot control her curly hair (I feel your pain!).”
The Pros and Cons of Beta Readers:
I love beta readers. In fact, I consider my beta readers some of my closest friends (and secret keepers.) But they are close to me because we were equally careful in deciding whether or not we were…
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In August of 2010 I attended the first Texas Tech Triathlon club meeting of the year. What followed were 20 months of grueling races, steep purchases, and some of the best memories with the closest teammates I've ever had. I may have moved to a new town, but I will never severe these ties. Tech … Continue reading An Eternal Team