Today, at 7 – 8 pm EST, Tamara Thorne and I will be chatting about our upcoming book, MOTHER, on Facebook at The Edge of Madness Release Party.
Just go to this page, join the event, and come hang out with us from 7 – 8 pm EST, where we’ll be discussing writing, MOTHER, books, and anything you’d like to know!
Tomorrow night at 8:00 pm EST, Tamara Thorne and I will onAuthors on the Air– on the other side of the mic. Host Pam Stack is turning the tables and will be interviewing us about our upcoming novel, THE CLIFFHOUSE HAUNTING, which will be available soon.
Also, my hometown of Mt. Pleasant, Utah, did a feature in their local newspaper, The Pyramid, about THE CLIFFHOUSE HAUNTING’S release. Give it a read and find out the official title of my upcoming solo novel, which will be available later this year.
It’s a matter of days now until we unleash the beast that is THE CLIFFHOUSE HAUNTING on an unsuspecting public, and we’re very excited to do so. Tune in to Authors on the Airtomorrow night at 8 to hear more about this novel.
Yesterday, my interview at Fiona McVie’s Author Interviews went live. Among many other things, I discussed what books influenced me, the greatest challenges of writing a novel, and what I might have done had this writing gig not worked out for me. Give it a look-see at Fiona McVie’s Author Interviews. Thank you, Fiona, for a great time.
Tamara Thorne and I are nearing the end of our first round of edits on the horror novel, and as soon as we’re done, we’ll be getting back to The Ghosts of Ravencrest,which will be out this October. Till then, here is the latest Ravencrest poster.
My collaborator Tamara Thorne and I were interviewed on Tales to Terrify with Sylvia Shults discussing the strange events and anomalies we experienced during our stay at an allegedly haunted cabin. We were asked to stay for three nights – which soon to turned into five – and give an account of our experience afterwards to help the owner conclude whether the place is getting a bad rap… or if it’s officially a hangout for haunts.