My life as a writer, and as a person, is a never-ending swing dance of great intentions, ferocious energy, big plans, and no follow-through. I have this website to keep you abreast of what I’m doing as a writer, and maybe the sporadic nature of posts tells you everything you need to know.
Nevertheless, I’ve got a new book out. In fact, I have two new books out. There will be more to come on them, but I’d like to just show you so that you’re aware.
First book is called December PT11083: A Travelogue for Losing Someone. I lost my father to a tragic, traumatic accident in December of 2019, and, as a way to cope with the loss, I took notes of my grieving process, and the culture and customs of loss. I wish to get it to anyone who it may help, and the ebook is free (the print book is cost.)
The second book I have out is the third in the Jack LeClere series. It’s called “Miner’s Kill.” It’s a story about the top homicide detective in New Rhodes and the investigation into the murder of a high society pillar and the seedy underbelly he called a playground.
There will be more to come, but don’t expect miracles. I write this to “you” knowing that “you” are the void, and I’m catalouging my experiences for a posterity that likely won’t be there. But do text me, won’t you?