Random Reading March 2019

My reading style is highly disorganized. I go to my local library every Monday and check out anything that looks good. I read them all at the same time (well, not at the SAME time...I toggle back and forth between them). I finish the ones I like and the ones I don't like end up … Continue reading Random Reading March 2019


New Cover Art for The Goblin’s Winter

I admit it. I designed the original cover of The Goblin's Winter in under twenty minutes on a free online graphic design site the day it was published on Amazon. Now that people are reading it and liking it, I started thinking that maybe this story deserved at least slightly better cover art.

My highly organized outlining process.

I dare anyone to figure out what any of this means. Including me, honestly. I can still make out enough of this original outline to have written 100 pages of Witchbone Book Two. Please excuse my horrible sketches. Like my protagonist, I'm not much of an artist.  I doodle compulsively on napkins, notes, day planners … Continue reading My highly organized outlining process.

Excerpt- Witchbone Book One: The Goblin’s Winter


Events bloody and mysterious bring eleven-year-old Danny Hallow to the town of Eddystone, New Hampshire...   Link to: Witchbone Book One: The Goblin's Winter on Amazon Part One: Gnomewood Home It was the coldest February the current residents of Eddystone, New Hampshire could remember. It wasn't the coldest on record. That had been over one … Continue reading Excerpt- Witchbone Book One: The Goblin’s Winter