Most authors are working on multiple projects. How we manage to keep the characters and story arcs from bleeding over is a mystery, the resolution for which we shall not share with the public; other than to say, if you suspect we’re a little bit “off” you’d be very close to the truth!
Of Men and Monsters (Cottonmouth) – The working title for a three-part novel I’ve been chewing on for over five years. The story focuses on a man who is running from an a violent and abusive ex-girlfriend. Although there have been other books written (fiction and non), the primary focus has been on women as victims. Domestic violence is a hideous crime no matter the sex of the offender. Statistics of reported abuse have shown that 1 in 7 men are victims of abuse. It is suspected those numbers would drastically increase if all instances were reported; men generally do not report the crime due to fear of ridicule. It’s my hope that this book, when finished, will lift the corner of the carpet this issue has been swept beneath.
Fiction – A beautiful relationship turns to betrayal. He thought he knew her, until she died. Friend, lover, wife, fraud.
The Men Zone Murders – A suspense novel about a string of murders perpetrated upon members of a underground, exclusive club for men. The man responsible has a very sharp ax to grind. A detective plays for both sides while still trying to solve the case.
Sects of Deadheads, World of Deadheads Book 4 – There’s more mayhem in the afterlife as Jason a head of the World council of Keepers decides to distribute his burden the other members of his sect. He, unfortunately, decides to accomplish this in the glen of Nathan’s compound in West Virginia.