Novels, Novellas, Narratives

All the Queen’s Men: A Sneak Peek into The Illusory

***Spoilers Ahead: Read At Your Own Risk*** Since dropping a sneak peek of Harlin from The Illusory at the end of last year, it would only be fair to show a peek of Skylar. Because honestly, it wouldn’t be The Benighted Saga without Skylar Mandolyn. Skylar, the tortured princess from The Benighted, becomes the first… Continue reading All the Queen’s Men: A Sneak Peek into The Illusory

Novels, Novellas, Narratives

2017: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

LOOKING BACK AT 2017 I’m so done with this year. 😛 It was an absolute rollercoaster, both personally and professionally. While there were some great highlights, the overall experience was nuts. Day job blew up in my face a couple times, heartbreaks and health scares evaded my family and friends, and I spent the whole… Continue reading 2017: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

Novels, Novellas, Narratives

Benighted and Bronze

Well, he did it! 😀 The Benighted took bronze in the 2017 Readers’ Favorite Book Awards for Young Adult-Action. He flexed his muscles, and these judges liked what they saw. 😉 With thousands of contestants spread out over a dozen countries, this international book competition is a hard one to place in. I know, because… Continue reading Benighted and Bronze

Randomness

The Illusory and Why It Hasn’t Been Released Yet

While I’ve already made this announcement on my Facebook page, I figured it was about time I updated the rest of the world on why I’ve been mute about The Benighted‘s sequel. For those who aren’t on Facebook, here is that announcement: I’ve always said that Under A Melting Sun (my Amazon rainforest story) was… Continue reading The Illusory and Why It Hasn’t Been Released Yet

Randomness

Hot August Knights: 4 Books That Remind Us Why Medieval Literature is Awesome

Most of us have probably obsessed over knights and chivalry sometime in our lives. But with life comes great distraction, and often our appetites for heroic stories change. We move on to other classics based in other eras, like the Victorians and the 1920s, and most of us move out of the classics and into… Continue reading Hot August Knights: 4 Books That Remind Us Why Medieval Literature is Awesome