Sample Sunday

This is part of the sample sunday twitter thing: here’s the link. It’s from my short story in progress that will probably be getting a new name soon but is called “The Memory Thief” right now. Warning: There is violence to a woman here. * She was running and, so… Continue reading

Quick update

You might not have noticed that I bumped the release dates for both Meese as well as the series back a couple of month. I have a couple of reasons for this. First, I’m working a lot. Two jobs, 13 hour days, yada yada. No time to write, hence… the… Continue reading

Away

I will be out of the country until the 22nd, but I will have access to my e-mail if anyone needs to contact me. Unfortunately, due to bad scheduling and an unforeseen battle with a printer, I have not set up any blogs to pop up while I’m gone. Sorry.… Continue reading

The Dragons Saga: Legend of the Oceina Dragon by J.F. Jenkins

Darien Oceina is the youngest son of the Great Dragon Lord of the Water. For years he’s loved and cherished Tai Dawson from afar. Tai is a simple, ordinary girl who doesn’t even know Darien exists. On his eighteenth birthday, he chooses her as his wife. But there’s one problem:… Continue reading

The Twelve World’s Anthology hits Amazon!

That’s right, the anthology the world has been waiting for (at least, my world…)! The Twelve World’s Anthology went live on Amazon on Sunday and, as of this writing, is #5801 in the kindle store! Although, I like the #8 bestseller in Science Fiction Short Stories list better. So, what… Continue reading

Twelve Worlds Anthology Cover

Here is the cover for the upcoming anthology, Twelve Worlds. It was generously designed by Les Petersen. Les has a lot of experience with designing book covers. If you are looking for an artist, I would definitely recommend him. Twelve Worlds is over 80, 000 words of short stories—science fiction,… Continue reading

The Emperor’s Edge by Lindsay Buroker

Imperial law enforcer Amaranthe Lokdon is good at her job: she can deter thieves and pacify thugs, if not with a blade, then by toppling an eight-foot pile of coffee canisters onto their heads. But when ravaged bodies show up on the waterfront, an arson covers up human sacrifices, and… Continue reading