Hi again. Fiery Seas Publishing is organizing a blog tour following the release of medical thriller SCOURGE on August 14, 2018. If you have (or know anyone who has) a blog and might be interested in participating, please sign up on the form in the link.
Should be fun!
Just for fun, Fiery Seas Publishing posted a blog about my vacation last summer, an over 7000-mile drive with lots of national parks. Had a great time, and took way more pictures than you’d ever want to see, but a handful are included here. Enjoy!
Greetings! Fiery Seas Publishing posted an interview with me today (6 March 2018). If interested, here ’tis:
Hi all. Wrote a humorous mini-memoir of my time working with the Fairfax (VA) Ballet. It got accepted into an anthology of short stories, short non-fiction, and poetry, and is billed as “editor’s choice” in the “truth” category. Fun!
It’s the winter edition of the Ocotillo Review. Feel free to order a copy if you like.
Writers conferences are so useful to us authors. I even got invited by Killer Nashville to submit an article. Enjoy!
Hi, all. Today I get to reveal the cover for my medical thriller SCOURGE, coming 14 August 2018 from Fiery Seas Publishing.
Really liking this. Or, to put it more succinctly, Woo-hoo!
And a big thanks to all the people who helped get the word out on this baby.
Financially independent, biochemistry genius Stacy Romani grows up off the grid, while her Roma family takes advantage of her knowledge for their own gain.
Watching his family farm struggle, and traumatized by mass slaughter, Aatos Pires wants to heal animals but gets seduced by industry and goes to work for a big pharmaceutical company.
When Aatos’ co-worker Trinity creates a deadly doomsday virus, it puts the world population in jeopardy as it spreads exponentially. . .with no cure in sight.
Stacy and Aatos work alone to find a cure, as the CDC and FBI close in. Will they find a way to stop the plague or will it be the end of the world?
Medical thriller SCOURGE will be released in 2018 by Fiery Seas Publishing.
Thrilled! Ecstatic! Possibly even giddy. Coming right about the same time as that award for my humor anthology, one would almost think I was ego-tripping. We’re supposed to write for ourselves, not to please others, if we want to generate the best material we can. But man, it’s hard not to revel a bit when others like our work.
So yeah, OK, I admit it. I might actually be human. Go figure.