New Story Out!

I have a new short story out on Amazon today. I’d say it’s a Sherlock Holmes story, except it’s told from the perspective of Moriarty. You can check it out here. Kindle Unlimited members can read it for free! What if the famously evil Professor Moriarty wasn’t as evil as Holmes made him out to…

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…

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…

Half Way!

Time again to check in on those goals set at the beginning of the year! Goals in green have been achieved. 1. Finish the revision of Changers. 2. Find an agent or publisher for Changers. 3. With my co-writer, finish the Hard Reset script. 4. Write and release at least one more Sherlock Holmes story.…

The Stats

Another writing friend mentioned recently that for every 50 rejections he might then finally receive one acceptance. Now, this writer sends out both stories and manuscripts, so he’s juggling a lot of paper in all this. But it made me wonder what my own rejection/acceptance ratio might be. I don’t write many short stories, my…