Revisiting Goals

Okay, so a lot has happened since my last check-in with my yearly goals. For the record they were: Publish Brynnde Finish and submit Changers: The Great Divide Finish Hamlette Write another Sherlock Holmes story (Accomplished goals are in green.) Well. I did publish Brynnde, and though I didn’t write a new Sherlock Holmes story…

WIP Wednesday

Now that my three previous Sherlock Holmes stories have been tidily collated into a single volume, I started writing a new story, though from a decidedly different POV: Let me begin by saying I have no “domed head,” or however it was Dr. Watson described me. Nor am I particularly old—though older than Holmes, I…

Brynnde Now Available!

It’s Brynnde‘s big day! Release day, that is. I hope you’ll take a look. You can read her first chapter right here on this site (look under the Books tab), or look inside on the Amazon page. And while you’re at it, I hope you’ll consider voting for the gorgeous cover on Book & Benches.…

Coming to Audio!

I’ve bitten the bullet and am now inviting auditions for an audiobook version of my Sherlock Holmes stories. All three stories will be collected into one audiobook. I’m super excited; it’s something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. If you’re a narrator, you can find the project on ACX. I anticipate it…

WIP Wednesday

So the biggest complaint about my Sherlock Holmes story “The Mystery of the Last Line” is that it has an ambiguous ending. I wrote the story in 1999 as part of my application to grad school (and yes, I was accepted). At the time, I sort of meant the reader to infer a lot of…

2017 Goals

Here we are on the brink of yet another new year. Get the hell out, 2016! It’s been a tough year for a lot of reasons, but I prefer to look on the bright side of things. I accomplished a lot as a writer in 2016. I had two books published by two different small…

Order

It probably doesn’t matter, but I get questions about this sometimes, so I’ll post an answer here. I’ve written three Sherlock Holmes stories, all available on Amazon Kindle. This is the order they were written/released in: “The Mystery of the Last Line” “The Adventure of Ichabod Reed” “The Monumental Horror” But if you wanted to…