My latest novel Kryptos is now available in ebook format. The paperback will soon follow. Here’s the cover and the gist…
ONE NIGHT WILL CHANGE EVERYTHING
Life as the constable of a quiet vacation island has been good to Marty. Unlike big city cops, he’s managed to avoid the worst of the job.
But when he gets a call about a murder-suicide, he’s sure it will be the worst thing he’s ever seen.
He couldn’t be more wrong.
Something is coming to the island tonight. Something terrible. Something unspeakable.
And it won’t stop until everyone on the planet is dead.
Click here to read a sample. You’ll also find links to purchase at your favorite retailer. Available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Apple iBooks, Scribd, and more.
I finally finished my novel Into the Badlands. Here’s the blurb:
It’s been three years since a devastating pandemic transformed most of the world’s human population into vicious, wild animals. Ed Brady and his two sons rely solely on each other in order to survive in a world completely devoid of stability and structure. Their goal: reach the city by the river, where they may have some chance of finding salvation.
As they travel across the wasteland that was once the Midwestern United States, they encounter other survivors along the way. As their paths inevitably intertwine, Ed must remain steadfast that his sworn mission to see that his boys know safety and happiness is not compromised. Surrounded by the constant threat of attack by infected humans, can Ed and his sons make it to the city before their luck runs out? And, if they can, what will be waiting for them there when they arrive?
Into The Badlands is a fast-paced, post-apocalyptic thriller that will take readers on a desperate journey for salvation through the wasted remains of a land overrun with the stuff of nightmares.
Into the badlands is 83,000 words/239 pages and is available on the Kindle, the Nook, the Sony eReader, Smashwords, Kobo, and Apple iBooks. Check it out here.
So I’ve decided to keep a writing journal. I figured I’d update it at least weekly to ensure I keep it in the forefront of my mind and in it I’ll chronicle the creative writing process for me. I’m not a professional writer by any means but I enjoy writing (and enjoy writing fiction in particular) and have found that I tend to let myself get distracted easily and end up not writing at all.
So this little “journal” of sorts will really just be postings that fall under the writing journal category. I’m looking forward to enforcing a bit of discipline back into my writing schedule again while trying to balance it with the hectic life I now have. Should interesting, at least for me.