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?
Back in February, I released the paperback and Kindle editions of my science-fiction novel, ‘The Unfortunate Expiration of Mr. David S. Sparks.’ In the time since release it’s received dozens of positive reviews, with readers calling it such things as:
Roughly ten years ago I released my very first novel, ‘The Trouble With Being God.’ It was what I called “a philosophical thriller” and it was my formal introduction to the world as an actual honest-to-goodness author. Now, ten years (and
Well kids, it’s here. The Unfortunate Expiration of Mr. David S. Sparks, my speculative sci-fi dystopian novel I’ve been talking about and working on for the last ten years is finally available. And the good news is it’s been getting fantastic early
To celebrate the release of ‘A Good Provider,’ the fourth of my “Creepy Little Bedtime Stories,” today through October 28th you can download the third in the series for FREE on Kindle. A series of short (15 minute-or-so reads), each
Update: The free promotion has ended. But you can still buy it for a measly 99 cents. The second of my “creepy little bedtime stories,” ‘Pretty When You Sleep’ is available as a FREE Kindle download right now. It’s only
Here it is – the official playlist for ‘A Confession.’ Songs that basically match the mood, feeling and general storyline of the book. Think of it as the soundtrack to the as-yet-filmed movie version. Lana Del Rey: “Don’t Let Me
To celebrate the release of ‘Pretty When You Sleep,’ I’m giving away, ‘Secret,’ my first “creepy little bedtime story” for free on Kindle through March 17th. So, if the 99 cents has been just a bit too much to invest in