Today I officially cracked the halfway point for Homeguard, Book 4 of the Kin Wars Saga. To say I’m giddy is an understatement, primarily because usually the second half of the book flies by at a faster pace for me. Considering that the first half took less than two months, my goal of having a […]


2018 was a very strange year for me. I left my job of 3 years, was fired as Head Basketball coach just before the season started, and had one of my most successful publishing years since 2014. 3 novels were released and I was featured in 2 anthologies, and sold another short story to Baen […]


One of the really cool things about being an author is that you can create your worlds at any time and work on them. Even if you don’t have all the information in the books, it’s always handy to have as a reference in the background for yourself when you’re writing a book or a […]


I haven’t updated the look or feel to the site in almost a decade, so I figured it was as good of a time as any. I decided to reduce the image-heavy main page for my mobile users and focused instead on promoting the content within. I’ll be fleshing out more details within the subheaders […]


In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a popup ad when you go to leave the website now. If you have a popup blocker, then you’re missing out on a free short story set in the Kin Wars universe titled I, Behemoth. This story is set roughly 30 years before the events of Wraithkin and stars one of my first reader’s […]


Picked up my tickets for Dragoncon 2019 already. I’m prepared! Sorta. The sales for Deathlords have been pretty solid, though it’s slowing down now. The nice thing, though, is that a lot of people purchased Wraithkin at Dragoncon, so I’ll see another uptick in sales as people move through the series. I’m already hard at work on book 4, […]


So my very first Dragoncon is in the books and I gotta say, with a few exceptions I had the best time of my life. So without much ado, rewind to 9 days ago… I was going to leave Wednesday originally but work requirements prevented this from happening. So instead I left the house at […]