Tag: writing

Summer Star in Paperback!

Summer Star is now available in print. Many thanks to Champagne Books. Loner and history buff Troy Hart gets more than he bargained for when his psychic connection to the past leads him to the mountains of Colorado. The legend of buried treasure is…

Windows of Time

Ghosts, dressed in nostalgia and shadows, stand at the windows hoping to share the lost memories of their youth. I step up to the crumbling logs to peer through the window, trying to see into the past. They invite me across the threshold, into…

Of Woods and Words

Creating unique pieces clears my mind for writing and editing my work. Something about the rhythm of the mallet tapping on the chisels frees up my brain. I don’t know how, it just know it works. Whether it’s turning a gnarled branch into a candleholder, hollowing out a…

Cabins in Winter

It’s the last day of February and the wind is blowing the flakes of snow against the windows. It’s a good day to sit by the wood stove and work on my current novel. Like my other stories, this one is set in the mountains….

Courageous Cain is in Print!

Courageous Cain is now available in print! A portion of each sale goes to Big Bones Canine Rescue.

The History Behind Summer Star

The history behind SUMMER STAR is the fascinating and little known saga of the Jim Reynolds gang that raided the South Park, Colorado, area during the Civil War. With a posse hot on their trail, they managed to bury their stolen loot before being captured. People are still…

Summer Star – Book Release Day

Book Release Day! The culmination of two years of effort, blood, sweat and tears. Okay, maybe not the blood, but you get the point. Unless you consider character’s blood, then yeah, there was enough of that spilled in the creation of this novel. It…

Book Sale!

Courageous Cain on sale now! Cain killed six women with no mercy. But it wasn’t his fault, he did exactly what he was trained to do.

“Summer Star” Cover Reveal

A psychic with an attitude, a ghost from the old west, and lost Civil War gold. What could possibly go wrong?

I Survived Another NaNoWriMo

November was National Novel Writing Month. What a ride-50,000 words in thirty days. This was my fifth year and, as always, was challenging, frustrating, and FUN! So, in case you were wondering where I’ve been, now you know. Tied to my laptop computer that…