Available Now!!!

Available now for Amazon Kindle! Paperbacks coming soon! Angel Burns—a curvy, small town fire fighter with a mysterious past and a sharp tongue—has far more to worry about than her sexist jerk of a boss; she has a gang of demons out for her head. After Angel unwittingly stumbles into an ages old battle between... Continue Reading →

Front Page News!

Author pens superhero story for real-life heroes By Travis Hairgrove | Herald-Banner Staff C. Derick Miller attends Dallas Frightmare Weekend in May, where he sold out of copies of his two most recent novels, “A Taste of Home” and “Far From Home.”Courtesy photo       Combining elements of the supernatural horror, adventure and superhero genres, Greenville-born... Continue Reading →

Extinguished Pre-Orders!

The manuscript for Extinguished is in final review and pre-orders begin July 20th! The official release date is August 1st. Does everyone remember my deal? No worries, I'm going to remind you anyway! I will donate 50% of my royalties from all pre-order and first month sales to Hunt County first responders for their efforts... Continue Reading →

A Super Hero Novel?

"This is Wonder Woman meets Hellboy meets National Treasure!" - PC3 We are officially 30 days away from the release of my upcoming novel "Extinguished"! Remember, half the royalties from the pre-orders and first month's sales will be donated to Hunt County Texas first responders! On top of that, publisher Death's Head Press has offered... Continue Reading →

Silent Sirens

First things first... A good journalist NEVER reveals his/her source. All I'm doing here is repeating information given to me by a concerned citizen. It is entirely up to you, the reader, to believe the following passage. It won't hurt my feelings one bit. With that said... Few of Greenville's residents are privy to the... Continue Reading →

Some Gave All? I’ll Give Half!

On the afternoon of June 19th, 2019, my hometown of Greenville, TX was the unlucky recipient of a tornado. Now, some officials have downplayed it as a micro burst, but let's call a spade a spade. It was heavy winds blowing in a circular motion that caused a ton of damage. We normal folk from... Continue Reading →

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