Dear Readers, it is my pleasure to announce the release of my twenty-third full-length Haunted Series novel The Candle.Read More
Book #23 “The Candle”:
It’s in the second edit with The Red Pen. After that, it’s the blurb, Beta Reader, and book cover - otherwise known as the three Bs.
Book #24 “Book of Souls”…Read More
I looked at the advanced weather report and saw that we’re headed not only for a thaw but a big thaw. In my area, all that snow we received last week is going to turn to water. The ground is still frozen, so it’s going to be a royal mess. Where I live, there are rivers that will be impacted, and well, those who live in a flood plain know the rest. I don’t live in a flood plain. I live near the top of a very large hill, but it doesn’t stop me from being concerned for those that do.Read More
Hello all, in this episode of the AA Podcast, we discuss the Cid Garrett series and more. Hope you enjoy listening and have a great day!
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Here I am six years into the Haunted Series with the 23rd novel being edited right now. If anyone would have told me this is where I would be at the start of this, I think I would have questioned the sanity of the teller. But with Tiny Houses debuting so well - thanks to you readers - March is coming in like a lion. These are exciting times!Read More
I’ve been looking into different forms of media binges. Binges are defined as a short period devoted to indulging in an activity to excess. The Oxford Living Dictionary goes on to explain that to binge-watch is to watch multiple episodes of (a television program) in rapid succession. Streaming channels are raking in the dough. For example, according to engadget.com, Netflix aims to have over 700 original TV shows and movies released in 2018. Subscription services like Hulu and Acorn have been digging through the vaults to bring in like programing.Read More
Yesterday, my beloved PC refused to communicate with me. It just flashed a start up picture of a winding river and wouldn’t allow me to interact. Its cold stare reminded me of the mean girls at school whom I tried to talk with. I called in the Webguy, and he and Jake – yes, the real Jake - came up with many solutions to my problem. Yes, I could just use my laptop for everything, splitting the screen but…Read More