A quick post here to share that my next work, Crossing the Bayou, will be released on October 19th! It will be available through Lulu.com, Barnesandnoble.com, and Amazon.com in paperback and ebook! Brief Synposis: 1 Vacation. 10 Dead Bodies. Too Many Suspects. Three NYC attorneys find themselves trapped in mysterious Terrebonne Parish after the brutal … Continue reading RELEASE DATE!
As the editing process on my WIP, Crossing the Bayou, has come into full swing, I've found myself overcome with agitation and pressure. Let's be honest, we all want whatever we produce - art, music, movies, books, etc.- to be as close to perfection as possible. There is no shame in striving for perfection. For … Continue reading A Moment of Clarity
Summer is FINALLY coming to a close. Don't get me wrong, I love summer- cooking out, beach trips, soaking up the sun and traveling! But, this miserably hot and rainy summer needs to end. BRING ON HALLOWEEN! I am extra excited for it this year because of my WIP- a Southern Gothic horror-thriller! I'm hoping … Continue reading Research Madness
Editing is tedious, soul-sucking, angst-filled work. It is often filled with second guessing one's decisions as a writer and insurmountable insecurities. I've found that it helps to edit my manuscripts in book form. It allows me to work more in the mindset of a reader than as "the man behind the curtain." That change in … Continue reading BOOKING IT!
Today marks ONE YEAR since I unleashed my memoir, Always-Always, into the world! This was such a therapeutic, scary, eye-opening and thrilling ride! Perhaps the boldest thing I've ever done. I learned so much about myself- past and present. The process helped me better understand what I consider important in my life. Every moment in … Continue reading ONE YEAR!!
I'll admit I had no inkling of a clue as to what to expect with blogging. I had never written one and as far as I know, never read one. However, I knew I needed to write one. But, what would I write? I had assumed there were people out in the universe who wanted … Continue reading The Truth About Blogging
Self-publishing is convenient. It can be easy and allow authors who don't fit the mold of the traditional publishing world an outlet for their voices to be heard. However, it also leaves much to be desired. Like anything else in the world, it isn't perfect. I have self-published two books and am gearing up to … Continue reading The Struggle