I am so, so excited to introduce you to my newest book THIS IS A DOOR, my first book of photography. I have struggled for a lot of my life with the many things I love to do but don't feel like I am good enough to say that I really DO it. I love… Continue reading Introducing – THIS IS A DOOR
With a new book out my mind turns to youthful thoughts like - how the heck do I promote and sell this darned thing? It's a concern I have with every book and now, with not really doing shows these days it makes it all the froggier. I have talked about this on here before,… Continue reading Buy! BUY! BYE!
Click Image To Purchase! As I have mentioned before, the lightning bolt that created Tattered Tents… came to me at a county fair. I was working a second job briefly as a recruiter for a local community college and had set a tent up at the fair for the weekend. It was hot and windy… Continue reading FLASHBACK – Tattered Tents & Whispered Wishes
When I first discovered the wonders of self-publishing - and yeah, I’ll say wonders, darn it because for folks like me that can’t get in with a traditional publisher it’s an amazing asset to be able to utilize to get your work out to the world - one of the big things I wanted to… Continue reading FLASHBACK – The Meep Sheep Trilogy
After discovering that self-publishing was a valid and attainable way to release books the world opened up to me. Suddenly it was a matter of WHEN and HOW I wanted to put work out. There were several options out there but the one I went with was Amazon's Create Space, a self-pub platform that put… Continue reading FLASHBACK – Red Dreams
The time between the release of Back From Nothing and its follow up seems like an eternity. After releasing my first book I had the sudden realization of...OK, now what? Now what, indeed. It's all well and good to want to get a book out and to accomplish that, however you do it, but then… Continue reading FLASHBACK – This Beautiful Darkness
Let's travel back in time to where everything began, my first book - Back From Nothing. I was in my late teens when I really became serious about writing. I had joined some friends in working on 'zines and was writing my own stories. I fell in love with story writing as an early teen… Continue reading FLASHBACK – Back From Nothing
Ya know… I just hate to say I look towards the day Your body’s buried deep in the clay. It feels bad to think That I’ll raise up a drink To know it’s you not your behavior that stinks. In every act, word, and deed You begged of a need To feed your vast greed.… Continue reading Buried In Clay – a poem
I love this book. It's so big, and sprawling, and weird, and I wanted to give it another push because not m any folks have gotten a chance to experience it. This is a passage from deep into the book, nearing the climax. This is our main character, PuerDi, the child of two celestial beings,… Continue reading Another RELIQUARY IN BLACK Sample
These are strange times, to be sure. Unprecedented times. These are the times people will talk about in the future the way we talk about the Great Depression. They will speak of it in a dreamy sort of wonder at how it could have happened and why it happened and ponder how people survived. I… Continue reading Wheels Keep Turnin’
Hey there! The good thing about the the internet is that the bookstore is always open. You can always track down my many books on Amazon. Ghosts, demons, sheep, zombies, queens, monsters, heroes, and everything in between. It's there. Take a look and I promise you'll find something for you. Or just look me up… Continue reading The Bookstore Is Always Open!
Next. That's what it's felt like for me over the past few months, maybe couple years. NEXT! I have written a LOT over the past couple of years. I have written, maybe five books, put out about four, or more. I dunno. I could look but don't WANNA. As of yesterday the newest book is… Continue reading Next. – a blog
The story. Of a family. Left by the side of the road. An inheritance of bags, of boxes, of the detritus of our lives. The pictures faded. The Bible torn. The memories rummaged through and scattered. A brand-new stuffed bear covered in rain and mud. The story. Of a family. Left by the side of… Continue reading Trash – a poem