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
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
About a month ago, I published my first short story: ‘Secret: A Creepy Little Bedtime Story.’ In the time since its release its been read by quite a few of you, and has gotten some great reviews. To follow this,
As I continue edits and revisions on my new novel, ‘A Confession,’ I’ve decided to release something new in the meantime. ‘Secret’ is what I am calling “a creepy little bedtime story” and is a short little thriller I wrote
With the experiences I’ve had so far as an independent author, I’ve come across quite a few like-minded individuals. The problem is that some of them aren’t that great at writing something that grabs me (sorry, but it’s true). Some
As a person who loves reading and has bought and read literally thousands of books, I never thought I’d say it, but I don’t like reading books anymore. It’s not that I don’t enjoy reading stories, or novels, nonfiction, etc.
The other day I wrote a post about seven reasons to buy a Kindle from Amazon. Today I’m adding one more reason to the list – and as far as I’m concerned it’s the most important reason of all. No,