Pre-orders of Portals, book two in the Heather Despair series!!!

Pre-orders for Portals, book two of the Heather Despair series, can be placed at Smashwords! The book will be published March 31, 2018. //www.smashwidgets.com/1/widgets.js Heather Despair returns! Her mortal friends, Lily, Trenton, and Oskar, have until midnight to prepare themselves for Heather's spirit world reception. As Emmett's new mortal protégée, Heather will learn about the … Continue reading Pre-orders of Portals, book two in the Heather Despair series!!!

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Heather Despair book one MORTALS is now available on Amazon!

https://www.amazon.com/Heather-Despair-book-one-MORTALS-ebook/dp/B075JG1L1B   Here's the story: The night Heather's brother Sam disappeared , he warned her of THINGS in the junkyard. Now she's dealing with an endless onslaught of weird paranormal phenomena. Apparitions. Trance writing. Blue electricity from her fingertips. It's so out of control, the geeky paranormal investigators club at school has noticed. They agree … Continue reading Heather Despair book one MORTALS is now available on Amazon!

Things I Wish I Knew Before Writing a Fantasy Series–But I Just Did It Anyway

Whoops--ever get the funny feeling you just slipped up and wrote an epic trilogy or two? Here's some of what I went through when writing the Despair series... 1) You will use many of the same words over and over again. You will fall into certain patterns. The up side is that it will be … Continue reading Things I Wish I Knew Before Writing a Fantasy Series–But I Just Did It Anyway

“That rabble that calls itself my fans…”

Still working on Oskar Ottokar Chandler, Paranormal Extraordinaire, but I'm all but finished. Meanwhile, in November I finished a supplemental novel to that one--yes, another nanowrimo novel--called Diary of a Mad Editor. That one is in Coney Idyll's voice, and what a fun voice it was. A very voicy voice--no rules! I learned that if … Continue reading “That rabble that calls itself my fans…”

Oskar Ottokar Chandler, Paranormal Extraordinaire

My latest book is a very different book than I thought it was going to be. A much better book. What started as a mildly humorous paranormal detective story wound up a paranormal gay love triangle. It's funny, as they all are, but heart-wrenching, and somehow, much deeper than the previous books. This book holds … Continue reading Oskar Ottokar Chandler, Paranormal Extraordinaire