It’s release day for Devastator, book 2 of The Warp and direct sequel to Corruptor, the very first novel I had published under my own name. Let’s get that Amazon rank up there and leave some reviews so people will think “Hey, fun YA that’s age-appropriate!”


So when Corruptor went live last Friday, I neglected to mention that there is new content within as well as a new ending. The print book also went from 300 pages to 450. Yeah, that’s a bit of a jump. Best of all, the novel (and series) was reclassified as YA, which is what it had been […]


So today Corruptor (Book 1 of The Warp) went live for a second time and is available for purchase. It has entirely new content within as well as a new cover on the outside. The print version is over 450 pages!!! Secondly, I’m giving away the novella The Dead of Babylon from now until Monday. It’s alt-history with a […]


So apparently trolls are all the rage these days. I had no idea. I love reading the blogs of authors I like to… uh, read? That sounded a lot better in my head. Anyway, so I was reading Larry Correia’s blog around 5 this morning and saw that there was a troll in the dungeon. I read […]


I love it when a bunch of books I can’t wait to read are all released at the same time. You can literally see my writing come screeching to a halt. In two days I’ve purchased and finished Jim Butcher’s Cold Days, his latest in the Dresden Files, and Kevin Hearne’s fifth book of his Iron […]


Hey, someone felt sorry for me and went ahead and let my muse speak. Scary, right? Well, here’s the link. Also, writing. I’ll be around for a real update soon.


Not apologizing for the lack of updates. Would you rather read this or read something in print (or e-book)? Thought so. Yes, I was working on Wraithkin and Failsafe. I’m also working on Heroes & Rogues, which needs to be done in about two weeks. Oops. I keep linking to both Amanda Green‘s and Sarah Hoyt‘s blogs because of […]