Journey Series

Journey Series

Monday, August 25, 2014

Price Update

Witch & Wolf
is now $2.99

Randal Wolfe goes on a hunt for the Other Kin Elders; only to find out they are liars. He goes from a hunter of Other Kin to a full time proctor from a far. When the from afar become impossible Randal Realizes that the Witch Other Kin he’d been watching was his natural mate. Were Other Kin nature demands he claim her. Common sense says wait until threat is eliminated. Which will win out?

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How do you choose a good book?

What do you consider when choosing a book?

Author’s name
Word of mouth
Other author comments
Social media
Back cover

Maybe you use a combination of all of them or part of them.

There are loads of ways for us to choose which books we read/buy. There is no right or wrong way. Authors have to keep all of those areas in mind when we are preparing our stories. (Specially, if we are a self-publisher) So, how do I take these things into consideration when I’m preparing a book for release?

I break my decision basing skills into to categories and then ask myself some questions:

Author’s I’ve never read
1.     Does anything from afar catch my eye? For me, I look at the cover, and glance at title.
2.     Does the back cover sound interesting? Then I read the back cover. If my interest is piqued then I check out the first couple of pages.
Then make my decision.

Author’s I read regularly
1.     First, I find out if it is in a series of theirs that I am reading. If  so, then there no other options than to buy it.
2.     If it’s not in a series that I’m reading then I treat it as a new author’s book. Some think this is bad form. The way I look at is, just because I love their other books, doesn’t mean I will enjoy every book they publish.

There’s how I pick a book. I would love to hear from all of you on you decide which books to read.

Have a great week.

Remember let your imagination soar when you read or write.


Monday, August 18, 2014

When is too much, too much?

Can a writer write too much? Maybe, the question I should ask is: Is meeting a monthly goal in two days a flow of creativity or showing the writer something? Not sure if I can answer this honestly.

Mind my seems to say yes to both, but I feel it does this because it gives me a reason not to berate myself for sitting down at my computer for two days straight without a break. In my case, that is not wise for my health or the achy body it gives. Yet, the couple of times this has happened to me, it felt amazing to sit down and completely lose myself in such an intense flow of creativity.

The results were loads of solid free write material, all most an entire book worth. It also gave me enough relaxation that I worked through a couple of personal issues that I was dealing with. Not sure if I will ever figure out how that works, but it does, for me at least. And I won’t knock it. Thankfully, for my health and body, I don’t do this often. Oh, I lose myself in deep writting for a couple of hours every day, but hey, I’m a writer. Writers have to write. It’s our fix.

So I ask this question of my writers: Can a writer write too much? For my readers I ask this: Can a reader read too much? I’d love to hear from each of you.

Everyone have an awesome week. I’m going back to work.

Let your imagination soar when your read or write,


Friday, August 15, 2014

Tentative Release Date


Hope all are having a super Friday. I sure am. 

I’m so excited. My hard work over the last four months has finally allowed me to complete the first round of edits on the next book I plan to release. So, while I’m giving my head a rest before returning to another round of edits, I’ve been setting up deadlines for releasing it. I’ve not gotten it narrowed down to an exact release date, but I do have a tentative one for my readers.

Next release is the first book of seven in a series titled, Human Skinned Wolves. It is titled, Moon Called. It will be released November. For more information on the book keep tabs on my blog, Facebook page, and website. Or, you can always shoot me an email.

I’m super excited about this upcoming series. I think all my readers will be as well. Have an amazing weekend and remember let your imagination soar when you read.


Monday, August 11, 2014

Guest Author Post

Today we have a Guest Author

I’m thrilled to have Corinna Underwood author of A Walk On The Darkside with us. She’s going to give us some insight into the main character of A Walk on the Darkside.

A Walk On The Darkside

By Corinna Underwood

Pearl Blackthorn is a novelist and investigative reporter for Darkside paranormal magazine. Armed with her digital recorder and accompanied by her friend and photographer Harry Raymond, Pearl is sent by her editor J.J Benson - affectionately known as Benny - to the four corners of Great Britain, (and sometimes further), to investigate stories of spirits and specters, demons and doppelgangers, prophecy and possession. The problem is, Pearl doesn’t believe in the supernatural; her creative imagination is tempered by a strong skepticism. She is immovable on her stand that there is always a simple, rational explanation behind every report of paranormal activity. But Pearl soon realizes that the intricacies of paranormal events are often far from simple and not always rational.

Ten Things you Didn't Know About Pearl Blackthorn

Why did you start writing?
I loved reading from a very early age, particularly fairy tales and folklore from all over the word. I used to enjoy losing myself in these stories so much that I began to create my own. I published the first book in my Grave Matters series when I was 20. Shortly after I began writing for J.J. Benson's paranormal magazine Darkside.

What is the besting about writing for you?
Unhindered freedom.

Name some of your favorite authors?
It’s a very long list but near the top are The Brothers Grimm, Angela Carter, Virginia Wolf, Italo Calvino, Jeanette Walls, and Michael David Lukas.

Do you listen to music while you write?
I often listen to Bach or Mozart while I write.

Where do you do most of your writing?
I like to be surrounded by books when I write. My writing room in my apartment has walls lined with books. I also enjoy writing in my friend's book shop. However, inspiration will often strike in the most unusual of places so I always carry a note book and pen wherever I go whether I'm hiking, visiting a historic site or just riding the bus.

What is the most inspiration place you have ever visited?
That would be the Valley of the Kings in Egypt. It is the only place I have ever visited that is completely silent. Its beauty, stillness and sense of peace are awe inspiring.

Where is the next place you want to visit?
I’m planning a trip to Japan's Aogashima Island to see the ancient volcano.

What makes you laugh?
Great British comedy shows, the rain on my face and

What would you like to be if you were not a writer?
A bird. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to fly?

What do you enjoy when you’re not writing?
Reading, visiting historic sites and spending quality time with good friends.

Corinna, thanks for sharing your time with us today. It’s been a blast learning about A Walk On The Darkside. Hope everyone will pick up their own copy of A Walk On The Darkside for themselves. It can be found Amazon. If you’d like to contact Corinna Underwood her website is: and she has a blog by Pearl Blackthorn at

Everyone have a great day and remember let your imagination soar when you read,