Friday, July 20, 2018



It’s been a while since I’ve updated the blog, so I thought I’d post some updates for my works in progress. A lot has been going on, so I’m behind on some projects.

Voodoo Rumors book 4: Wild Pooch.   This chapter in the series finds Dietrich and Natalie working to figure out who is killing young women in Nashville’s south side. They know it’s a werewolf, but which one? The book is about halfway completed.

Voodoo Rumors books 1, 2, and 3: audio books. Contracts have been signed on the first three books to record them for Murdoch Pennington is the reader. I’ve already listened to the first part of The Blood Red Ruby and it sounds great! I think you’ll love it.

Keely: My first self-published work was the novella Keely. It has also been one of my best sellers. But with every first attempt at something, a few errors crept in during the process. A re-edited version is in the works, along with a new cover. Look for it in time for the Dr. Who/Steampunk Convention in Clarksville, TN in late September.

The Adventures of Anastasia Hawk. I’d written a short steampunk story a few years ago, based on the mother of the Hawk girls from my novel, The Lightning Bolts of Zeus. The Celeste Affair has been a good seller and I’ve had a number of folks asking to see more of Anastasia’s adventures. Therefore, I’m working on a short story collect, due out by end of the year.

Upcoming releases from Pro-Se Productions: These anthologies should be out soon and each has one of my short stories.
High Adventure History 2:  My story is A Life for a Life. It is a tale of the infamous fem fatal, Mata Hari and her big adventure to deal with an out of control German General.
Black Pulp 2: My story, A Wolf in the PussyCat Casino is another Black Wolf story.

Stay tuned for more information about the upcoming works.

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Preditors & Editors Reader's Favorites Poll for 2017

Preditors & Editors Reader's Favorites Poll for 2017

Two of my short stories, released in 2017, were entered into the annual Read's Favorites Poll. A couple of years ago, a pair of my works won first place. This year, I didn't win the top spot, but both stories did place in the Top Ten, in their respective categories.

History NOW: Apollo 11   - Top Ten Finisher for Best Science Fiction Short Story.

A blending of science fiction, time travel, and the reality television genre. 

Kaylana   -  Top Ten finisher for Best Horror Short Story.

A fusion of horror and Steampunk as a young woman finds herself trapped in a mansion with a vampire. Desperate for escape, she finds every path blocked and the monster seems to foresee her every move. Can she survive until dawn or will she lose everything?


Thank you to everyone who voted!!! Your support is greatly appreciated.