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January 21, 2017

Here is a trailer I did for Last Summer's Evil, a crime fiction novel due out on February 7 by MJ Labeff and MuseItUp Publishing. I've also included a buy link if you're interested in pre-ordering the book. I've already ordered my copy, and I can't wait to read it. 

January 10, 2017

I recently finished another story in my Jacob Schmidt series. Unlike all of the other ones, which have some sort of strange or paranormal element to them, this one (titled Dry Drowning) is a straight-up crime fiction story. It also deals with a very serious issue...dom...

December 19, 2016

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While Jacob Schmidt is obviously a main character in my Jacob Schmidt series, his business partner, Dinah Peterson, is just as important. Since she doesn't always get the screen time that Jacob does, I wanted to write a...

November 18, 2016

Even though I created Jacob Schmidt, it's not often that I get to sit down with him for an interview. It was a very enlightening experience for me. 

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October 27, 2016

Here's a flash fiction piece I wrote based on my Jacob Schmidt character (and his partner Dinah). They're former police officers turned private investigators. The idea came from a writing prompt, which I use frequently to foster creativity.  

"The Pleasure of Doing...

October 25, 2016

I put together a teaser trailer for Window of Fire, which is the fourth book in my Jacob Schmidt series. It's still being shopped around, and the release date would likely be late next year at the earliest, but I like to put together trailers when the material is still...

October 21, 2016

This is a book trailer I just completed for Seeker (paranormal urban fantasy romance), the second book in the Hekate's Web series by Kat Holmes. I read Kat's first book, Hidden, which I also did a trailer for. It's a great series, and it's not a genre I would normally...

October 16, 2016

"The happily ever after is never the end. The curtain doesn’t fall once love is recognized or evil is vanquished.  Credits don’t roll once the giant is slain or the big bad wolf is boiled alive.  Wicked stepsisters, malevolent rulers, and hideous creatures still have l...

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