Signing at Powell’s 11/9/14

For those of you in the Portland area, I’ll be signing books at Powell’s at Cedar Crossing at 3415 SW Cedar Hills Blvd. Beaverton, OR 97005 with a bunch of other authors on Sunday afternoon 11/9/14 beginning at 4:00 PM. 

Here’s a full list of the authors attending:

Sci-Fi Authorfest 8

A starfleet of science fiction and fantasy authors descends for one galactic booksigning event. Attending authors include: Bryan Thomas Schmidt, J. A. Pitts, Phyllis Irene Radford, Mike Moscoe/Shepherd, Kristine Kathyrn Rusch, Dean Wesley Smith, Andy Mangels, Leah Cutter, Jason Hough, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Daniel H. Wilson, Wendy Wagner, Steve Perry, Diana Pharoah Francis, Adrian Phoenix, Mark Ferrari, Shannon Page, Brent Weeks, Devon Monk, Ru Emerson, Jason Gurley, Ken Scholes, Todd McCaffrey, Jennifer Brozek, Annie Bellet, and Lindsay Johnson. The Cloud City Garrison of the 501st Imperial Legion and the Kashyyk Base of the Rebel Legion will also be on-hand.
See you there!



Upcoming Projects

Since I’ve decided to redesign my website (an ongoing project . . . LOL), I thought I should update everyone on what you’ll be seeing over the course of the next year.

  • A short story collection
  • Book 6 of The Maker’s Song–Pale Blue Flames
  • Book 3 of Hoodoo–Black Moon Mojo
  • Sons of Darkness Book 1
  • Thinning the Herd–a humorous UF story being released summer 2015 by Pocket

So keep watching! I’ll soon have count-down counters on the site and (hopefully) pre-order links, cover art, and more!

An Exciting New Direction

An Exciting New Direction

After HOURS of work, my good buddy Sean, his genius friend Angie, and I FINALLY fixed my website. I couldn’t log in. No one could log in. Sure, you could visit the site, check out the pages and links, even post a comment, or send me an email–but no one could log in or edit their profile, and I couldn’t access my dashboard at all. Gah!!!

You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page

I never want to see those words again. LOL. I now know a lot more about how to fix it, if I do.

On to the news!

Pocket will not be releasing book 6 of The Maker’s Song. Instead, they will release my humorous UF novel THINNING THE HERD as an e-book original later this year. Book 6 will be released through Lucky Bat Books either in December or January, to be followed by book 3 of Hoodoo and book 1 of Sons of Darkness (featuring Sundown and Sam Taliesin). I will also be releasing a short story collection this summer through Lucky Bat Books.

This will keep me very busy. LOL. Once I have firm dates for everything I will let everyone know.

So I’m off in an excited new direction with one foot in both worlds–Indie and Traditional. I’m very excited by this change. Working with Pocket has been wonderful, don’t get me wrong, and I plan to continue to work with them in the future. When it was decided that they wouldn’t continue with my UF series, I decided to continue them myself with the help of Lucky Bat Books. Neither The Maker’s Song or Hoodoo are finished yet. I have plenty of stories yet to tell. And thanks to Lucky Bat Books, I can do just that.

I’m also looking at getting all of my books in audio, as well.

Of course, the books will no longer be mass market paperback sized, but trade paperback sized and I have a feeling I’ll need to keep each book shorter in order to keep the cost down. I’ll find out as we move along in this new (for me) process. I want to thank all of you for sticking with me!! Your support means everything to me!

And now, just because this picture makes me happy– Sam from Supernatural.

Sam Supernatural

OMW Night Owl Reviews Top Pick

OMW Night Owl Reviews Top Pick

I had just returned from a trip to Boise to attend the wake of a very dear friend, when I found out that Night Owl Reviews had chosen On Midnight Wings as a Top Pick. I am so thrilled! My sincere thanks to Night Owl Reviews and reviewer ELF. You can read the first part of the review here.

On Midnight Wings

Book Five of The Maker’s Song

This complex and alluring urban fantasy is filled with an almost overwhelming cast of characters who are disturbing yet mesmerizing. There is a sometimes dismaying amount of death and destruction yet one cannot help but feel empathy for the dichotomy personified in the main character, Dante. The adamantine bond which has been formed between him and his mortal lover Heather is delicious to observe yet its existence can still be threatened and this only adds to the escalating tension that is a perpetual aspect of this enthralling series. READ THE REST.