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In less than a week, Bitter Pill (PsyCop 11) will hit the shelves. But you can preorder the ebook now at several online booksellers. There’s a new drug on the streets called Kick. The side effects are so brutal, most folks only try it once…unless they’re psychic. Then they do it until it kills them. … Continue reading Bitter Pill is a Sweet PsyCop Adventure
I'm totally into the look of distressed antique mirrors and mercury glass, so I was doing a google image search to take a closer look. I found this delightful blog post about achieving a distressed look on plexi and was suitably impressed! But then I was inspired to take a look around my own house, … Continue reading Mirror, Mirror
As I write, I title my chapters so that I can search them easily later when I'm editing. The titles are for my use only and don't make it through to the final books. They'd be major spoilers if I left them on, and I hate spoilers! The current chapter I'm working on in PsyCop … Continue reading SorryNotSorry
Dixon Penn’s family wasn’t terribly shocked when he announced he was gay, but they were devastated to learn he’s the only one without the gift of Spellcraft. Fortunately, that doesn’t stop Spellcraft from reaching out to him. Dixon’s prospects have gone from bad to worse, but a contest at the biggest greeting card company in … Continue reading Now in Paperback, The ABCs of Spellcraft Vol. 1
I'm running a short survey to see if it would be feasible to produce The ABCs of Spellcraft in audiobook. If you're interested, I'd really appreciate your response! (If not, no need to reply—I'm taking a head-count.) If the embedded survey isn't displayed, you can find it here: https://forms.gle/oyu8qR1MfC3ustoN6
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Have you checked out The ABCs of Spellcraft #3, Something Stinks at the Spa? Here's a little taste! YURI: Spellcraft was serious business. Dixon had been trained by his loving family. My mentor in St. Petersburg was nowhere near as gentle. The old hag once showed me how the volshebstvo could go wrong by Crafting … Continue reading Spellcraft Was Serious Business