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:
In my life, I’ve learned a lot about editing. About proofreading, revising, spellchecking and grammar correction. And I’m sure you have too. I trained in journalism in college (and wrote a bunch of philosophy essays too), and have written a
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
Today marks the release of Roommates, my third “creepy little bedtime story.” It’s a story I started months ago, then it had to sit for a while for the missing part of the story to come into being. That happened
I’ve been a member of the writing community for almost a decade now, in particular the independent and self-published writing scene. As a member, I communicate with a lot of other writers – via social media, writer groups, my website,
One thing I do while writing that tends to help spur creativity and get me into the proper state of mind for a project is to spend time trying out different cover concepts. The whole process of trying to accomplish
As feedback and reviews of ‘A Confession‘ come in, I’ve sat down with my publisher and we’ve worked out a revised description of the book to help potential readers get a better feel for what exactly ‘A Confession’ is about.
A few months ago I published ‘Pretty When You Sleep,’ the second of my “creepy little bedtime stories” to Amazon Kindle. It’s a short thriller, looking at the creepiness of stalkers in the age of social media. Kind of “Instagram