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The Beepocalypse is out and $0.99 for a limited time!

The end of bees or people? Now, that's a dramatic question! The second book in my middle grade adventure series is finished and ready to take you on a wild ride. It's designed for 7-12 year olds, but I'm hearing from quite a few adults that they enjoyed it, too. My...

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The Beepocalypse paperback cover is ready to roll!

The paperback cover for The Beepocalypse is ready to roll. Once the final edits are incorporated, this book will be lofted into the electronic ether. Every baby must eventually grow up and begin their own adventure in the world. As Hannibal from the A-Team always...

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The Beepocalypse is off to the beta readers!

The Beepocalypse, Book 2 in The Best Adventures series, will be out in the next couple of weeks! Wahoo! I love many parts of the writing process (though not all!) and sending a fledging story off to a group of wonderful beta readers is definitely one of those parts....

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Quote from today’s writing…

Mom always worried about Uncle Albert working so much for being as old as he was. I didn’t know exactly how old that was because he never said a number, just that you were as young as your back was limber and your brain was...

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The trials and tribulations of getting a new book cover!

As I've mentioned before, I've started writing a middle grade series of books for my daughters in between the more mature apocalyptic stories that I normally write. They are a fun break between the bigger, crazier, scarier books and I love writing stories that they...

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Quote from today’s writing…

I looked over my shoulder and fear shocked me like I’d shuffled around in wool socks on shag carpet for a whole month and then licked my finger and touched a metal door knob.

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Quote from today’s writing…

“We would look so fab glam with first place gold medals draped around our necks. Like here’s your passport,” she made a stamping motion with one hand, “and now you’re in Paris walking down a runway with a giant purple hat that looks like an octopus made out of ping...

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Episode 27: Nicholas Sansbury Smith

EPISODE 27 NICHOLAS SANSBURY SMITH We chat with Nicholas Sansbury Smith, the grandfather of the post-apocalyptic genre! (I call him that, at least.) We discuss his experiences as a hybrid author and how that works with his numerous and successful series. He talks...

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Quote from today’s writing…

Mom and Dad said the news was sensationalized to push our lizard brain’s buttons. That it brainwashed people into thinking the world was a terrible place and so you should be scared all the time. That sounded like a lot to do in just thirty...

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Quote from today’s writing…

“Fine.” He ripped a ten note out of his stack and handed it over to the bank, which was the kid. He should’ve been the bank. Lesson one in Monopoly and life. You never let someone else control the money. His ex-wife had taught him that expensive...

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Sole Survivor is out and $0.99 for a limited time!

If you enjoy a thrilling ride, you're going to love this book! Here's what early readers are saying... “This story is simply amazing! I could not put it down!” … “This was a fun fun ride!” … “An exciting, what's-going-to-happen-next? extravaganza.” … “Exciting and...

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Update on the Recovering Eden series

Sole Survivor, Book 1 in the Recovering Eden series is almost ready for release! Wahoo! Early comments on it range from OMG Amazing! to WTF Wow! Hehe. I'm having the covers reworked for everything already in that series to better fit the content. So far, the prequel...

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Episode 26: Wayne Stinnett

EPISODE 26 WAYNE STINNETT We chat with Wayne Stinnett, bestselling author of the Jesse McDermitt series. Wayne tells us how driving trucks led to writing books and how that led to a life he's always dreamed of. We hear why Fallen Pride was the hardest book he's ever...

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Quote from today’s writing…

I asked Uncle Albert one time if he ever got bored of wearing the exact same thing all the time. He said he figured out a long time ago what he liked, and he wasn’t very much interested in trying out other things to see if what he liked maybe wasn’t good...

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