Category Archives: Writing

Deep Sea Mining and Diamond Sharks

Now that the new Deep Sea Dawson tale, “The Marmoris Mystery” has been published in the next Atomic Gods and Monsters anthology, Tiger By the Tail, I can talk some about the story. I love to learn things and often … Continue reading

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The Chronicles of Doggerland

This is an adventure fantasy action series based on an actual historical place. Doggerland is the name given to the lands exposed during the last glaciation and now covered by the North Sea. During this time the islands of Ireland … Continue reading

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Atomics Gods and Monster 3 Cover Reveal

Just received word the new book design is coming together. The editor Jeff Driescher sent a small pic of the cover design. So, I thought I would give you all a sneak peek.

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Motherly Love

I want that unconditional loveYou know, like MomWho never once judged, or used, or abusedBut just loved me for meAnd gave the longest, warmest hugsThen set me freeTo come back forever (TCF 2/14/21)

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A New Deep Sea Dawson Tale

I’m finishing writing an exciting new Deep Sea Dawson tale for the next volume of Atomic Gods and Monsters. This adventure is titled “The Marmoris Mystery.” I cannot reveal the plot yet, but this one occurs in the same year … Continue reading

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Art Reviews Atomic Gods and Monsters

My co-authors and I of the Atomic Age of Heroes anthology were interviewed by the wonderful Art Sippo. Check out the podcast here. Authors Thomas Fortenberry, Robert H. Hudson Jr, Edward Lee Love, Mark Marderosian, and Jeff Deischer are all … Continue reading

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Sirop de Cassis Trip

I was rereading Hercule Poirot mysteries over the holidays–decided to just focus on the short stories this time, because I was still toying with my SF cozy mystery concept. Hercule Poirot: The Complete Short Stories is a wonderful collection by … Continue reading

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