Every night at 11:17 p.m., Johnny would fall asleep. He’d sink down into the mattress of the twin-sized bed of his little cabin in the woods. As he descended and sleep came, the world around him disappeared. The forest. The
Earlier this year, Christine at the book blog ‘The Uncorked Librarian’ reviewed my latest novel, The Unfortunate Expiration of Mr. David S. Sparks. And she liked it. She liked it a lot. In fact, she liked it so much that she recently
Sofia licked the frosting from her fingertips. Two minutes ago, the cupcake had been there in her hands, borne of a strange conflagration of flour and sugar and god knows what else. Eggs. Probably eggs. And butter. Animals in the
“I like hurting girls.” That’s how Diary of An Oxygen Thief by “Anonymous” begins. And from a lot of the reviews of this book that I read before picking up a copy of my own, it sure seems like that’s about
Though I primarily consider myself an author of novels and short stories, I (like many others) also write poetry and other notes and random musings as a way to express myself creatively. Up until now, I’ve mostly kept these “raw”
What happens when a writer with a penchant for suspense, who also happens to be the father of three boys reads ‘Goldilocks’ as a bedtime story to his youngest son? He thinks to himself “You know what would be cool?
The other day I sat down with fellow writer, Liv Archer, to answer a few questions about my writing process and the evolution of my novel ‘The Unfortunate Expiration of Mr. David S. Sparks.’ She asked quite a few great
2018 continues to be a pretty amazing year for me, as a reader. Not only have I read some excellent traditionally published books, but thanks to the magic of recommendations and getting to know some other authors, I’ve also been