Cover Reveal: Invitation to Hell by Amber Bunch

Check out the cover of Amber Bunch‘s upcoming novel Invitation to Hell, the first book of the Goddess of Death series. This isn’t no ordinary cover, though — because we’re talking about a special edition, dust jacket hardcover here by the talented Nizzy! 😍 Read on for more info!

From the moment I found out there are other realms outside the only one I have ever known; I knew my life would be changed forever…

Demons, magic, Gods… They’re all real.
As it turns out Lucius, King of Tartarus wants to harness my powers for his own.
And if he does, he’ll become an Immortal God, bringing ruin to all six realms.

The best part is… I’m destined to save us all.

But how can I fight an evil that I’ve never even seen?
Because no matter what I do, he always seems to be one step ahead of me.

Asmodeus has been sent to protect me, to train me to use my powers.
So far, the only thing he’s good at doing, is being an arrogant prick and driving me insane.
I’m not sure if I want to throat punch him or kiss him.

Or maybe both.

But he’s my only chance at learning how to control my newly awakened power, save my family, and stop Lucius’s plans before it’s too late.

I just hope the prophecy is right and being the “Destined one” is enough.
Because if it’s wrong… I’ve doomed us all to Hell.

Coming Soon!

GENRE: Dark Romance / Dark Fantasy / Mythology

About the Author

Amber is an author of spicy romance with a twist…

She isn’t committed to any one genre. She lives in Ohio with her family and her dog. She enjoys the outdoors, reading, playing guitar, and loves to stay active. She is a mother of three and her family is her biggest support group. She has also written a children’s book series that was inspired by her children and their play adventures together.

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Book Tour, Excerpt & Giveaway: A Drowned Kingdom by P. L. Stuart

Hello, friends! 🥳 Welcome to my stop for the book tour of A Drowned Kingdom by P.L. Stuart, a sweeping epic fantasy novel published by FriesenPress last February 2021. I really can’t stay away from epic fantasies for too long – I just love getting immersed in new worlds and all that, you know?

Unfortunately, I’ve yet to finish this book as my move and settling in (job hunting included) has taken up most of my time these days. But will I be encouraging you all to read this anyway? Yes, yes I am. 😍 First few pages in and you’re immediately treated to a fascinating new world, and the protagonist is… well… unlike most protagonists.

Let me tell you more, then! Promise my review will be coming sometime in May 💖

Once Second Prince of the mightiest kingdom in the known world, Othrun now leads the last survivors of his exiled people into an uncertain future far across the Shimmering Sea from their ancestral home, now lost beneath the waves. With his Single God binding his knights to chivalric oaths, intent on wiping out idolatry and pagan worship, they will have to carve out a new kingdom on this mysterious continent―a continent that has for centuries been ravaged by warlords competing for supremacy and mages channeling the mystic powers of the elements―and unite the continent under godly rule.

With a troubled past, a cursed sword, and a mysterious spirit guiding him, Othrun means to be that ruler, and conquer all. But with kingdoms fated on the edge of spears, alliances and pagan magic, betrayal, doubt, and dangers await him at every turn. Othrun will be forced to confront the truths of all he believes in on his journey to become a king, and a legend.

When one kingdom drowns, a new one must rise in its place. So begins the saga of that kingdom, and the man who would rule it all.

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Here’s How It All Starts

I stood there, and wept.

I wept not because I had lost so much privilege, my lands, my sigil, and my rank. I was once the Second Prince, and thus second in line to the throne of the greatest kingdom the world had ever seen. I was Second Prince and born with all the advantages accorded to one of my noble birth. But I was Second Prince no more, and no longer able to claim that lofty title. Yet it was not for having lost the position of Second Prince that I wept. Losing my inheritance was lamentable, but that loss could have been even sadder, as I could have lost my head along with my rank. Certainly, that would have saddened me. Still, all that loss was not why I wept.

I wept because no one lived that might cut off my head anymore. I wept, crushed by the enormity of it all. I wept, for none of it was supposed to happen. God help me, I thought, as I envisioned the children, worst of all. It was not supposed to happen to our precious, beloved children, all the little ones of our realm. Innocents, with guileless, laughing faces, who’d lived faultless lives, not yet familiar with sin, all snuffed out. My heart was shattered thinking of them. They were just babes. I wanted to shriek in agony, cry out at he unresponsive, intransient, uncaring waters, at the unfairness of them all being gone.

I prayed for the tens of thousands of souls, but especially for our children. I finished my prayer and made the sign of the Triangle and the Circle, the symbol of our faith, to solidify my devotion. I touched the notch in my throat with my right hand’s index finger, drew a line diagonally to my right nipple, then another line across to my left nipple, then back up to my throat. With that same finger resting on my throat for a moment, I drew an imaginary circle on my chest that would surround the triangle, counter-clockwise, until I reached my throat again. That was the sign, the warding, and the invocation of our Single God, whom I prayed would take the poor dear children into His bosom. That sign was known all over the known world, amongst the godly and the pagan.

It was the most revered sign on the earth, invented by the most revered priest to walk that earth, who was the father of the founder of our race. I wondered how our founder’s father—who perished at the hands of his own son—had felt as he offered himself to the blade of martyrdom. Was he scared, in his last moments? Was he in the ecstasy of sacrifice, of knowing that in death he would soon be close to the Single God? Was he blinded by hatred of his own son for his murder? I knew something of hatred between fathers and sons and thought it was a distinct possibility. Had he felt humbled and unworthy that he should be the catalyst for ensuring our people found their way to the true God? Just as the knife plunged down into his breast, had he felt betrayed by the Single God that he must give up his life? Did he have a crisis of faith in those last moments? Had he felt deserted, as I did under the weight of my responsibilities, despite all those I had with me, and all the potential that lay before me? Had he felt alone?

I was alone too, except for the few men who were steering the ship or tending to the sail above deck with me. I was alone, save for the rest, below in the berth, who likely slept—at least those who could find sleep amidst the nightmares. In my mind, I could picture my survivors in that below deck, screaming, some wordlessly, their voices too hoarse to make any sound, their eyes bulged in horror, their faces constricted in rage, grief, and despair.

About the Author

P.L. Stuart was born in Toronto, Canada. He holds a university degree in English, specializing in Medieval Literature. P.L. is an assistant editor with Before We Go Blog blogging Team, headed by the awesome Beth Tabler.

The best-selling “A Drowned Kingdom”, chronicles flawed and bigoted Prince Othrun’s journey towards change, and his rise to power in a new world after the downfall of his homeland, which is based on Plato’s lost realm of Atlantis. “A Drowned Kingdom” is mentioned in the esteemed Kirkus Magazine’s 2021 Indie Issue among “Four Great Examples of the Genre” of fantasy. P.L.’s next novel, “The Last of the Atlanteans”, Book Two in the “The Drowned Kingdom Saga”, will surface in Spring 2022.

P.L. is an avid supporter of fellow creatives and proud member of the greater writing community, which includes readers, writers, bloggers, editors, literary agents, and more. P.L. currently lives in Chatham, Ontario, Canada. P.L. is married, and he and his lovely wife Debbie have seven children, and one precocious grandchild between them. When not writing, or engaging in author-associated activities, P.L. is a voracious reader, and loves to read and review books, spends time with family, tries to get some exercise time, and watches Netflix.

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Book Tour & Review: Siggy the Soccer Dog by Brian Frederick

Welcome to my stop for Hygge Book Tours‘ tour of Siggy the Soccer Dog, an adorable children’s book by Brian Frederick! 💕

Siggy looks so cute as he twitches and turns in his sleep.

But as they watch him, little do the family know that in his dream he is “Siggy Sosidj” the star player for Manchester United. It’s up to Siggy to rescue his team in the biggest game of his life. But can he do it?

Join Siggy and a multi-national cast of doggie players to find out – in a fast-paced, beautifully illustrated tale about overcoming the odds, staying true to your purpose and being kind

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Woof! 🐶 I’m a dog person, and my family even had a half-daschund a few years back (we miss you, Nash Matthieu 😘) so this book was quick to earn a place in my reading list and in my heart. I mean, even if you don’t have that background, just look at the cover and the lovely illustrations by Vivien! I love that about children’s books, actually. There’s so much art and sheer enjoyment from just flipping through the pages and looking at the cuteness all over them. (Or maybe I’m just a kid at heart? Aren’t you? 😉)

Meanwhile, the story is simple yet delightful. Dog dreams! So much excitement there, too. And most of all, little Siggy teaches everyone an important lesson: to be kind. 💞

I don’t know about you, but I’m a grown woman and I can’t get enough of Siggy now! I’m grabbing that exclusive book from Brian’s site, When Siggy Met Phyllis, and reading up some more 🥰

My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Recommended Listening: As I mentioned in my open call for books to review, I’ll now be adding a song to my reviews! It’ll be one that either sums up the book for me, or what I’d imagine in a trailer were it a movie… or maybe even an original inspired by it 😉

What else could it be for this book, really? It had to be this or the other one – clever idea by the way! – but you bet I sang this song when it came up 😂 But here’s a more peaceful, “sleepytime” version. Siggy was cutely sleeping, after all! And, well, just in case you want to sing that as a lullaby… 🥰

About the Author

Children’s book author Brian Frederick enjoyed creating his own worlds and being an insatiable reader from an early age, and his Siggy the Sausage Dog books have won awards and substantial acclaim.

Brian grew up in Northern Ireland, during “the Troubles” and went to a school where CS Lewis was once a pupil and Samuel Beckett briefly taught. A young Brian made the sports page headlines as a champion swimmer and he admits he may have been more dedicated to training than to his studies at times.

After school, a legal career beckoned and he pursued it, but it turns out that Brian likes being a writer more than being a lawyer.

“I much prefer writing stories to writing writs,” he quips.

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Book Tour Spotlight: Dread Wood by Jennifer Killick

Do you enjoy reading middle grade books? Horror middle grade books? Well look no further because here’s Dread Wood, a brand new release from Jennifer Killick! 🕷

Turn the lights on. Lock the door. Things are about to get SERIOUSLY SCARY!

The brand new must-read middle-grade novel from the author of super-spooky Crater Lake. Perfect for 9+ fans of R.L.Stine’s Goosebumps.

It’s basically the worst school detention ever. When classmates (but not mate-mates) Hallie, Angelo, Gustav and Naira are forced to come to school on a SATURDAY, they think things can’t get much worse. But they’re wrong. Things are about to get seriously scary.

What has dragged their teacher underground? Why do the creepy caretakers keeping humming the tune to Itsy Bitsy Spider? And what horrors lurk in the shadows, getting stronger and meaner every minute…? Cut off from help and in danger each time they touch the ground, the gang’s only hope is to work together. But it’s no coincidence that they’re all there on detention. Someone has been watching and plotting and is out for revenge…

GENRE: Middle Grade Horror
LENGTH: 304 Pages

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About the Author

Jennifer Killick is the author of Crater Lake, the Alex Sparrow series, and middle-grade sci-fi adventure Mo, Lottie and the Junkers. She regularly visits schools and festivals, and her books have three times been selected for The Reading Agency’s Summer Reading Challenge. She lives in Uxbridge, in a house full of children, animals and Lego. When she isn’t busy mothering or step-mothering (which isn’t often) she loves to read, write and run, as fast as she can.

Twitter: @JenniferKillick

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Catching Up

Hello from England, friends! 🥰 I’ve moved halfway across the world and reunited with my husband, and while the trip was long and I haven’t done any long-haul travel in a good while, the weekend that followed was fab. The spring weather was lovely, I’ve found a local coffee brand that I adore, and we’re in a cozy, quaint little city that makes me want to burst into song while walking around.

Speaking of singing, busking is rather commonplace here that I might try it in the future! I just have to read up on the requirements as I certainly don’t want to get arrested for disturbing the peace with my belting 🤣

And still on the subject of singing, here’s a video of me performing Let Me Be during the mini concert my friends and I did instead of a traditional sendoff party. We also previewed two new Hotel Fen songs that night – but more on that later, in another post. 😉

There’s so much I’ve missed in the past weeks (or months, even) with the move and everything else that’s been going on, and I do apologize for holding up anything, whether that’s an email or a chat response, an author spotlight, or a book review. 🙇‍♀️ Among others, LOL. Yeah, I realize there’s a lot, and I’ll be playing catch up with my backlogs soon.

For now, I’m taking it easy with the jetlag, and just making up for lost time with hubby 💞 Also, I’m a sucker for European architecture, so I can’t help my wanderlust when I know this is what’s waiting for me! 🙈🙊

How about you, how’s it going? I’d love to hear from you! 😘

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Book Tour & Review: La Vie Est Belle by Vie Portland

Welcome to my stop for Hygge Book Tours‘ tour of La Vie Est Belle, an emotional and inspiring work by Vie Portland. Called by someone on Goodreads as “part self-help, part-memoir,” this book doesn’t only tug at your heartstrings, it also gives great insights on a myriad of issues and topics. 💕

It is the story of how one woman, after growing up in a large family that had little love for her, hated who she was; after years of sexual and narcissistic abuse, years of neglect, she felt utterly worthless and unlovable.

And it’s the story of how she turned all of that around to become who she is now.

It’s not an easy story to read but it is one that is full of hope, encouragement, and love.

From awful beginnings, to more joyful times, Vie shares her story and gives gentle guidance to the reader on how to live a happier, kinder, more confident life, helping them see how wonderful they are, just as they are.

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There’s a disclaimer on the book’s Amazon page that this wouldn’t be an easy read. It wasn’t. Vie didn’t hold back in sharing her life experiences, which was quite a lot, and I mean A Lot. She knew it, too, because in nearly every chapter/part there’s a little note to check on the reader, even advising at times to take a break and do some self-care. It’s very thoughtful, and something I initially didn’t think I’d need until the stories got too… well. Hard, for the lack of a better term.

Vie’s story isn’t laid out in chronological order, and that’s okay. It didn’t matter to me. There’s enough plot in her life to write a thousand fiction books, but she keeps the focus on the things that matter the most. How she was shaped by those events, which is necessary for context and to help us understand where she’s coming from and how these things we might not personally experience or be able to relate to actually affect other people. How she coped, which is super admirable because… wow. If she’s not a superwoman, I don’t know what to call her. What she learned from her experiences, including how she processed what was going on and how she went about with the next steps.

La Vie Est Belle is raw, honest, even brutal to a degree, but it’s eye-opening, uplifting, and inspirational. I actually told my best friend about this book the first few chapters in – and I couldn’t have been the only one who was moved to tell others about it. And Vie is a lovely, admirable individual. I want to meet her someday!

My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Recommended Listening: As I mentioned in my open call for books to review, I’ll now be adding a song to my reviews! It’ll be one that either sums up the book for me, or what I’d imagine in a trailer were it a movie… or maybe even an original inspired by it 😉

I could pick a more somber or emotional tune, but I’m feeling this upbeat track a bit more. 💃

About the Author

Vie is the founder of VieNess Discover You Love You CIC, a community interest company that teaches self-esteem and confidence to children, young people, and women. She also creates happiness products and is the author of three books. Vie is passionate about kindness, inclusion, and acceptance.

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Author Spotlight: Andrew McDowell

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Andrew McDowell has been writing since he was a child. He has written and published fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. He studied at St. Mary’s College and the University of Maryland, College Park. Andrew is a member of the Maryland Writers’ Association. Mystical Greenwood was a Finalist in the 2019 American Fiction Awards for Fantasy: Epic/High Fantasy, and he won the MWA’s 2021 Novel Contest in Science Fiction / Fantasy / Speculative. He also won second place in the creative nonfiction category of the MWA’s 2014 literary contest for his essay on his experiences with Asperger syndrome.

Are you indie or traditionally published? What made you decide to take that route?

I tried querying to agents, but all I got were rejections. The nice thing about indie publishers, I found, was that you didn’t need an agent to query to them, and I’d been informed you could have more control and say over your book than with a traditional publisher. So, I queried indie presses, and Mockingbird Lane Press was the first to offer me a contract, so I went with them.

How about a horror story about your author life?

Discovering how typos can so easily make it through despite editing! It was disheartening at first. Fortunately, Mockingbird Lane Press has allowed me to fix them when I find them, and I’ve accepted that it is a fact of writing and publication—they get through, you find them, and fix them when and if you can, and it’s also a process that, like publishing, requires time and patience.

What do you think is the best thing about being an author?

For me, it’s putting something out there that’s a part of myself, rooted in my passions and thoughts, sharing it with other people in the knowledge that it could touch them and their hearts and minds.

Who do you think you inspire? If not, who and what do you want to inspire?

I’d like to think that I inspire anyone who reads my story. I know, however, that I cannot please everyone, but I hope that the majority of those who read my work will find in it lessons and insights to make them view the world in a different way and be inspired to make a difference in theirs and others’ lives. With Mystical Greenwood, for example, I would hope readers will view the natural world with greater respect and understanding.

What keeps you up at night?

Fear that I and my efforts aren’t going be good enough, and that my writing will fail.

What character archetype would you be if you were a character in a book, movie or TV series?

Knowing myself, I’d probably the nerd—quiet, dependable, loyal, but sadly never quite able to get the girl.

If you were cursed to only be able to sing ONE song in karaoke for the rest of your life, what would you like it to be and why?

“Press On” by Building 429. It’s a praise song that speaks to the importance of perseverance, which my faith has helped me to do, and which was also the topic of a guest sermon I gave last year at my church.

What else do you enjoy doing other than reading and writing?

I’m something of a coin collector.

What do you consider as your weakness as a writer, and what have you done to overcome it?

I suffer from Asperger syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder. As a result, I have trouble interpreting common phrases and jokes. My writing has reflected that, in that sometimes I use a word or phrase or even punctuation without realizing I’m not using it in the right context. I’ve tried learning more about grammar rules, reading as much as I can, which was also the result of finding typos, but also learning to make my own decisions.

Any book recommendations?

Check out the titles in my Goodreads “Read” list! You’ll find many there, including books by fellow indie authors I know.

Dermot is a fifteen-year-old boy living in the land of Denú who has always longed for something more in life. His life changes when he encounters a gryphon and a mysterious healer. Drawn into a conflict against one determined to subjugate the kingdom, Dermot and his brother Brian are forced to leave their home.

A legendary coven must now reunite, for they are Denú’s greatest hope. In the course of meeting unicorns, and fighting dragons and men in dark armor, Dermot discovers a deep, sacred magic that exists within every greenwood he crosses through, but his own role in this conflict is greater than he suspects. Can he protect those he loves, or will all that’s good be consumed by darkness?

It’s available in paperback, Kindle, Kindle Unlimited, and Nook! The cover is available on Deviant Art!

Genre: Young Adult Epic/High Fantasy
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Book Tour & Spotlight: Man Down by James Goodhand

Welcome to my first stop for the book tour of Man Down, a young adult thriller/drama by James Goodhand. First because I’ll be back later in the month for a review and song recommendation! In the meantime, do check out this thrilling new read 👌

Will Parks needs to man up.

A man stands. A man fights. A man bleeds.

These are the first lessons you learn in a town where girls are objects, words are weak and fists do the talking.

Will’s more at home in the classroom than the gym, and the most important woman in his life is his gran. So how can a boy who’s always backed away from a fight become the hero who saves the day?

Because a disaster is coming. One that Will can prevent. But only if he learns the most important lesson of all: sometimes to step up, you have to man down.

A searingly powerful exploration of toxic masculinity, perfect for fans of Juno Dawson or They Both Die at the End.

GENRE: YA Thriller/Drama
LENGTH: 391 Pages

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About the Author

James lives in Surrey with his wife and newborn son.

He took up writing three years ago. A mechanic by day, much of his work has been written at an oil stained workbench whilst ignoring a queue of broken cars in need of his attention.

James is also a keen musician, regularly gigging as a rhythm & blues pianist.

James’ debut YA novel, Last Lesson, tackling teen mental illness and toxic masculinity, was published in spring 2020 by Penguin Random House Children’s.

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Cover Reveal: Descendants by Janet Post & Gabe Thompson

I’m pleased to share the cover of The Vagrant Chronicles‘ final installment Descendants by Janet Post and Gabe Thompson!

Book III begins on Gliese where Shayna, Mai Li and Cain Hollyroad have taken over the leadership of the new colony. Shayna is worried because they’ve heard nothing from Declan and Logan. She decides to contact Earth using the equipment Eddie set up before he left. Unfortunately, when she succeeds and contacts someone she’s never heard of with the New LA Vagrants, she gets bad news. War has broken out in New LA and the Vagrant she’s contacted, a mole person named Reek running a small, solar-powered computer hacked into the Company’s com systems, he tells her most of the Vagrants are gone, hiding and shipped off to mining worlds. Reek doesn’t know Logan or Declan or any of the group from Gliese, and tells her the Vagrant space ship was destroyed. When she uses the equipment to piggyback off the Company’s Interstellar communication waves, they are alerted and come to find the colony.

Razor Tsang and his father are at the Gliese spaceport. They have an interview with the CEO. Razor’s father is the head of the Tong that has been the one sanctioned smuggling operation affiliated with the Company for decades. But the CEO, an alien who is a member of the ancestor race, laughs in their faces, denies them a new contract and give them twenty-four hours to clear off Gliese. Unfortunately for Razor’s father Big Lou Tsang, a group from the Smugglers guild meets him at his ship and kills him. Razor escapes and runs for the hills. He meets up with Shayna and her group and tells them what happened.

Cain Hollyroad leads colony members out of their valley and into the badlands of Gliese where there is no water and little hope of survival. Some of the colony gets caught by the Company and sent to the mines. Shayna, Cain, Razor, Mai Li, her daughter escape and begin a terrible trek into badlands searching for water. When all appears lost, Cain finds some caverns in a canyon which lead to an underground chamber with a spring. They need to get to a spaceport. Shayna is so worried about Logan, he concerns drive them away from their temporary shelter in the cavern and onward. They find the newest mining settlement. It has a rudimentary spaceport and a gigantic interstellar ship on the ground. It’s the ship they stole off the moon. Raj thinks he might be able to fly it. He has Helga. Knock reluctantly surrendered her control cube to him when he fell for Fenfang.

On Earth, Logan, Knock, Eddie and Fenfang are trying to fight their way, with the aid of the remaining Vagrants on Earth, to the Denver Spaceport where they hope to steal a ship to the moon where they can grab an interstellar ship and get home to Gliese. Logan is devastated by his father’s death. To find him and then lose him so suddenly was a huge blow.

The remaining population of Vagrants is wily and motivated to escape Earth. When they can’t contact Shayna, Logan becomes frantic. He lost his father and needs to know Shayna is safe and sound. Hounded by the Company and its new leader, a Company drone, frantic Logan, turns its eyes to smaller target, the spaceport in New Salt Lake City.

When Logan tries to contact Shayna again, he is stunned to discover she is traveling back to Earth on the Far Horizon. With the Company after them, the Guild discovers they are hiding close to their secret spaceport and moves in. Logan and his group hunker down and pray Cain, Shayna and Raj will arrive in time to save them.

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PUBLISHER: Tell-Tale Publishing

About the Authors


I’m the daughter of a Marine Corps colonel. I lived the military life until I got out of high school. At that point I was a wild child. I got married and moved to Canada where I lived up the Sechelt Inlet, the scene for Spellcast Waters. I lived in a log cabin, with wood heat and a wood cook stove fifteen miles by boat from the nearest town. I’ve moved a lot. Between the military upbringing and just rambling around the country, I’ve moved 40 times.

I lived in Hawaii and worked as a polo groom for fifteen years. I love horses and I paint, and I write. Now I live in the swampland of Florida with too many dogs and my fifteen-year old granddaughter. Life is beautiful. Live in the moment.


My mother and I started writing young adult and action novels together about five years ago. We work well together because we share many of the same interests. I have a degree in journalism and currently teach middle school in Jacksonville, Florida where I live with my wife and twelve-year old son. 

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Indie April

It’s not yet been a year since I got active again on Twitter, so I’ve only just learned that #IndieApril is a thing. And it’s a wonderful thing! 😍 If you’re an indie author, here are some opportunities to promote your work and other indies’ work, and if you’re a reader or a fan or a friend, you can easily join in the celebration too. Just check out the hashtag! 😉

As for me, I’m always here for author spotlights if you want to be featured! Just fill out this form and let me know in the comments or via email if you have a preferred date/schedule. My brother and I are also still offering affordable custom book covers, so if you’re interested, just subscribe to my newsletter to avail of the promo! 🥳

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