Here’s wishing you all a peaceful holiday and happy new year! My second novel will soon be in the hands of my great beta readers, so it will be out in February. Thanks for following my blog and I’ll see you between the pages in the coming year! Merry Christmas!
Big News! The Crandall Haunting is a finalist for the Silver Falchion Award! The Killer Nashville judges have read all 2016 novels entered in the Adult Fantasy and Horror categories and carved the list down to the top four finalists. I am so excited and honored to see The Crandall Haunting among them! Here’s what […]
This is exciting! The Crandall Haunting is eligible for a Silver Falchion Reader’s Choice Award at the Killer Nashville writers’ conference! The voting is open to anybody and requires no registration of any kind. If you have a few seconds, please click the link below and vote for The Crandall Haunting! It’s in the “Best […]
Thanks to those who came to my February book readings!
I’ll be giving a couple readings and book signings in February. The first is in Oneonta, NY, my hometown, and the second is in Ithaca, NY. I hope to see some of you there! Feb. 4, 2017, 2-4 p.m. Green Toad Bookstore, 198 Main St, Oneonta, NY 13820. A reading, followed by a signing. Goodie […]
I decided an ad in the Horror Writers Association newsletter might get some fresh eyeballs on The Crandall Haunting (not literally, unless you happen to have some eyeballs hanging around). So, I pulled out a couple copies of the paperback, piled them up this way and that and took a bunch of photos. From there, […]
Want a chance at a signed copy of The Crandall Haunting? Enter my Goodreads Giveaway. Ten winners will receive a signed paperback copy of The Crandall Haunting! Click here!
The whispered words of a dying woman reach beyond the grave. Those who hear seek retribution. When Emerson arrives for his new job as project manager for a new casino resort, he doesn’t realize he is putting himself in peril. But inexplicable things are happening at the Crandall construction site. This job means survival, for […]