ITW Member!

I am very excited to announce that I am now a member of International Thriller Writers. My book, Legacy 627, has been entered by my publisher into their annual Thriller Awards Best First Novel competition!

More Reviews!

I’m so excited that more reviews have been posted for my recently-published novel, Legacy 627.

I know it’s very early, but I’m very encouraged that people are reading it and liking it. Check out the reviews at Amazon!

Legacy 627 Update:

Due to an unexpected glitch, the Paperback version of my book was prematurely released by the publisher while the Kindle version languishes behind (that will soon be corrected, so I am told by my publisher.) So many things are happening – it seems like a terrible time to be releasing a book, but it’s beyond my control. I can only hold my breath, cross my fingers, and pray to whatever gods there be in control of this kind of thing.If you are interested in this book, here it is (I hope you will love it because….well, it’s my baby): Amazon

Legacy 627

I’m very pleased to announce my novel, Legacy 627, is now available for pre-order on Amazon.

It is my understanding the print version, though not yet available for pre-order, will also be published on the 26th of September, 2020.

Here’s the cover!

Personal Bests Journal

I’m both pleased and excited to announce my story “The Vanishing of M. Renoir” has been included in this one-of-a-kind journal. This journal includes stories the authors themselves have selected as representing their very best writing.

This issue may be purchased on Amazon

Announcing Poetry and an Article

Happy to share with you that three of my poems have been published today in the Inner Circle Writers Magazine. These poems, “When there is nothing left but bones,” “Today I saw a photograph,” and “These things,” may be found in the Poetry Corner section of the magazine which begins on page 67.

Also in this 18th edition of the magazine, my article, “Analysis of a Short Story” appears on page 26.

I’m really excited about this as, many times, the reader has no idea what the author meant or why he/she did what was done in the story. I analyze for the reader my thinking behind my very short story “Just Before Dark,” giving reasons for the inclusion and/or exclusion of certain details.

If you would like to subscribe to this magazine, or even purchase this single issue, you can find it here: