Weaponforger release

Today marks the eagerly anticipated release of the third book in the Guardian’s Prophecy series: Weaponforger. I am particularly excited about this one, and not only because the story was so much fun to write. The climactic ending of this book came to me when I was barely a quarter of the way through Eyes […]

Weaponforger is almost here

Can you believe it’s October already? When the year started, I was two months behind where I wanted to be. Two whole months. It was a daunting hill to climb, made worse by knowing it was no one’s fault but my own. I had managed to cut that deficit in half when the world went […]


A time to become that which you must… Shalindra and her band of refugees sought a new life, her quest to become Guardian forgotten after fleeing a war she was not allowed to win. Tormjere’s mysterious return upsets what peace they have achieved, rekindling her desire and placing her feet once more on a path […]

Hunter’s Moon release

This week saw the release of Hunter’s Moon! So many interesting things are about to happen to your favorite characters… Once again I’d like to give a huge thanks to my beta readers, who helped me keep my crazy ideas within the bounds of the reality I’ve created: Alex, Ashley, Elizabeth, Emily, Harry, and Mom […]

Hunter’s Moon: One Month!

The countdown has begun! Only one month left to release day. Who’s ready? For those who cannot wait another minute, you can read the first two chapters online.

Cover Reveal: Hunter’s Moon

I’m really excited to finally get to share the cover for the second book in the Guardian’s Prophecy series with everyone! More launch news coming soon!

Eyes of the Blind Soundtrack

No, I couldn’t get Hans Zimmer, John Williams, or Howard Shore to compose a score for me, but I still need music to help fire up the creative juices when I’m working, especially when it’s at soccer practice or the dance studio. Classical music is, hands down, the best choice when writing, but have you […]

What Makes Writing So Much Fun

Writing is an inherently solitary activity. It can’t be done well while socializing at parties or the pub, nor while enjoying one’s favorite sporting activity. It requires the author to record his dreams, to juggle pacing and plot, and to do it all with a minimum of distraction. The fabled “writer’s cave” is not a […]

Black Friday 2018

Big discounts this week on the E-book. If you haven’t gotten your copy, now’s the time!

Eyes of the Blind Released

16 drafts. 75,922 words (that I kept). 9 beta reads. 1 editor. 3 years, 1 month, and 14 days of dreaming, learning, doubting, struggling, and hoping. It’s finally here. Publishing a book has been compared to having a baby, but I think a more apt analogy would be to raising a child once they’re born. […]