Morbidon’s Bride: Chapters 12 and 13

Febe finds out more about her betrothed, but will it bring them closer together, or reinforce the walls they’ve built around themselves to protect their hearts? Can a mere mortal ever truly understand the mind and motives of a god, and can Morbidon ever convince Febe he’s worthy of her love, when all he’s ever received from mortals in the past is fear?

Tired of Failing? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Be.

The fear of failure is sometimes crippling. I’ve often found it paralyzing to my creativity and sense of adventure. A simple shift of perspective can take the teeth out of the word, and reveal it for what it really is, an opportunity.

Morbidon’s Bride: Chapter 11

Febe must come face to face with her fears. She’s fighting to find her courage in the land of the dead, but all that was familiar to her seems lost, and she’s reeling from her change in circumstances. How will her first real conversation with her future husband go?

Do People Even Read Anymore?

Is the glut of modern media too much for the humble written word to compete with? How do we convince people to put down their phones and pick up a book? Should we even bother? I’d like to know what you think?

I’m on Goodreads Now!

I know it’s not regular blog day, but I wanted to share some news. I will be doing my regular blog on schedule though on Monday. I have something planned that I hope will be thought provoking. Anywho, on to my news. I’ve clearly had my nose in a book for far too long, because …

Morbidon’s Bride: Chapter 10

Morbidon has finally brought his bride back to the Underworld, but the victory is bittersweet. Febe’s fear of him is like a physical barrier between them, and the task of winning her love seems impossible, even for a god. Desperation has him turning once again to the human, Marcos. This time, for his advice.

Jessabelle’s Beast Coming Soon! What’s Next?

As the title suggests, I’m finally nearing the release date for Jessabelle’s Beast, and naturally, I’m very excited to be at this point! I’m still waiting on some final details and updates—and a truly awesome cover—but soon, very soon…I will get to take a vacation! Anytime I publish a book, it’s a stressful lead-up to …

Beauty is Good, Ugly is Bad…Or So We’ve Been Told

One of my least favorite fairy tales is Cinderella and not just because the hero judges a woman based entirely on her looks and is such a shallow dolt that he can’t even recognize her and has to jam her foot into a glass slipper to prove it’s her. Seriously, that alone makes it an …