Want to read a little snip from Far From Home? Click Here! P.S. - The original 'Katie' artwork was contributed by artist Danny Daniels!
Welcome to the world, Far From Home! I began writing this book a couple of weeks after A Taste of Home was originally released. After a few chapters, it sat for years. I was stumped! The novel was taking place in New York City and I'd never been there. Sure, I could Google it to … Continue reading My New Novel Is Born!
In my opinion, Linda Anthony Hill is a Texas author goddess! A National Fiction and Pen Craft award winner, I think she knows the difference between good storytelling and crap. This was originally scheduled for publication in a newspaper but pulled at the last second for fear that readers would scream "favoritism". I get it. … Continue reading Award Winning Author Linda Anthony Hill Gives First Review of ‘Far From Home’!
The misfortunes of the Liberman family continue in one day! There is still a chance to save 10% on you copy by ordering directly from the publisher and using code PREORDER2018. I poured my soul into this one. I hope you love it! Synopsis: A Curse Beyond Comprehension. A Power Beyond Belief. A Girl Far … Continue reading 24 Hours Until Release!
What if the Book of Revelation occurred today? What type of craziness and evil would we witness? No, I'm not asking for your theories (keep the Sunday talk where it belongs please) but Death's Head Press is about to give you their version! Taken from the warped minds of several up and coming dark fiction … Continue reading Releasing 1.15.19 – ish!
Even though my upcoming novel Far From Home is still five days away from being released, The Big Thrill magazine has published a little snippet about it along with an interview in their December issue! Read The Interview! Pre-Order your copy and receive 10% off by using code PREORDER2018 Synopsis: A Curse Beyond Comprehension. A … Continue reading “Far From Home” In The December Issue Of ‘The Big Thrill’ Magazine!
Disclaimer: There is an editing mistake near the beginning of the article. They call the band 3 Doors Down instead of 3 Blocks Away. An editing mistake, not mine. I've apologized a million times and I feel like crap. Regardless, these are the most talented young people I've ever met. Skip to page 30, enjoy … Continue reading Music Review: 3 Blocks Away