Conflicted Characters Make for Great – Conflict.

Conflcted 09_20_14

I tend to gravitate toward conflicted characters, and a character who is exploring chaos theory and population control and the difficulties of love and family is pretty rich. Ed Stoppard If there ever was a town that could be cast as the classic conflicted character in a movie or novel my adopted home town ofRead more

The Story of Your Lives

Elanor by Jason Gurley

If … healing your family meant that you had to relive a part of your life — would you do it? Jason Gurley took thirteen years to write Eleanor and about half-way through my first reading I understood why. This magnificent tale may have taken over a decade to be ready for print but itRead more

Why I Write

Why I write

Thank you Lisa Mikitarian for inviting  me to be a part of the “Writing About Writing” Blog Tour. I only had to answer four “simple” questions. She offered a free set of Ginsu knives but I told her I might hurt myself with them so she could pass them on to someone else. Here are herRead more

Post a Review in Five Minutes or Less


Reviews are important for a number of reasons: they give you a chance to let others know what you thought of a book – good, bad or indifferent, and they let others know the book exists. That’s right reviews increase the visibility of a book especially on Amazon. The Source has been available for aRead more

It’s Here!

Read Online

It’s a story that began to be written 25 years ago, long before I ever set pen to paper or fingers to keyboard. Now, at last, I can quit promising The Source is soon to be available because it now is.  My novel can be read online here or purchased from Amazon. Don’t have aRead more