The Munsonville Trilogy Is Complete

The idea of creating my own little world was a seductive one, as a writer. Creating a place with history, with stories, and with people with both. I have been writing about my fictitious towns in Michigan since nearly the beginning, definitely since the 1990's, when Pete Anders of A SHADOW OVER EVER popped up… Continue reading The Munsonville Trilogy Is Complete

Pulling Down The Tents

Pulling Down The Tents The thing you never think about when you do your little dreaming is – what happens if you get to live that dream? What then? Good question. Though first, let’s take a moment and appreciate the dreams when we can live them. It’s not all the time, unless you have very… Continue reading Pulling Down The Tents

The Last Sheep – a novel

 When I started writing I didn’t think I would one day produce nine books. Not ever. Even when my first book came out. It just…it wouldn’t have computed. It still doesn’t. I have put my ninth book out just before I turn 40.So strange.For me The Last Sheep is the end of a journey. A… Continue reading The Last Sheep – a novel

Nights Of Black Hearts – a journey into the void

After I had put a few books out I started to get a little mischievous. I loved putting books together with no notice, no fanfare, and no hints and to just release it and even if no one else cared it meant something to me because I loved the playfulness of it. the mystery. This… Continue reading Nights Of Black Hearts – a journey into the void

My First Novel – A SHADOW OVER EVER

Once upon a time I was a young guy making ‘zines with my friends. We didn’t know what we wanted to do with our lives we just knew we loved movies and weird stuff and hanging out together. It was during this time that I wrote a weird little short story called Night’s Dancer about… Continue reading My First Novel – A SHADOW OVER EVER

On Being An Apocalyptic City And Finding Hope In The Flames

I have been stewing for a few days on the most recent ‘article’ which offers up Flint as public sacrifice to the gods of ‘page views’ and ‘controversy’. I was shocked to see another missive on how terrible, and deadly, and dangerous the city is from another person who has never been within a hundred… Continue reading On Being An Apocalyptic City And Finding Hope In The Flames