My latest book FOUR DARK TALES is now available for only .99 cents.

Just wanted to let everyone know that my newest book, FOUR DARK TALES, is now available on Amazon for only .99 cents – but only for a short time.

Included in this collection are these tales:

ACID RAIN: A mother and her daughter get trapped in a gas station with strangers as a storm suddenly moves in, unleashing rain that destroys everything it touches. But is there something worse waiting in the rain?

SAFE HAVEN: When the government, the Russian mob, and a drug cartel are after you, where do you go? There’s a safe haven for the super-rich running from their troubles – a beautiful tropical island – but there’s a heavy price to pay for safety.

HEALER: Meet a teenage boy who heals a woman on the brink of death after a car accident. When a man who witnesses the accident abducts the boy to heal his sick wife, things go horribly wrong.

THE HAMMER MURDERS: Agent Ridley with the Kansas Bureau of Investigation is called to the horrific and baffling murder of a family at a remote farmhouse with only one survivor – the youngest son, an eight-year-old boy who may hold the key to finding the monster who killed his family.

It’s almost a new year, and most would agree that 2020 has been a dismal year. I hope everyone has a safe and happy new year, a better year than the last one!

New books now available in my Dark Days series.

Wanted to let everyone know that the last two books in my Dark Days post-apocalyptic series are now available as ebooks on Amazon. You can find them by clicking on the covers below.

Hell Town: Dark Days Book 7

And Avalon: Dark Days Book 8

I’ve had a blast working on this series, and I may continue this series or a spinoff some time in the future, and I’m sad to see it end, but I also can’t wait to start working on other series and books I’ve been wanting to write for a while.

Please feel free to share this post and help spread the word around.

Thank you!

Podcast on Oct. 6th 4:00 p.m. EST

I’m honored to be a guest on Michigan Avenue Media’s podcast. The hosts are Marsha Casper Cook and Elizabeth Black. We’ll be talking about writing, the horror genre, and whatever else comes up. I’m really looking forward to it.

I hope you’ll tune in at 4:00 EST on Tuesday, Oct 6th. Or you can go to the website to find out how to listen to it later.

Here’s the link:

I also wanted to let everyone know that my book THE EXORCIST’S APPRENTICE is on sale for .99 cents for the next few days on Kindle. The sequel POSSESSION: THE EXORCIST’S APPRENTICE 2 is also on sale for .99 cents on Kindle.

I hope everyone will check out the podcast on Tuesday and check out these books on sale. Please feel free to spread the word and share the links.



Just wanted to let everyone know that my psychological thriller SLEEP DISORDERS is now available to listen to as an audiobook. You can find it on the Audible website and on Amazon.

You can find it here:


Sleep Disorders Audiobook Cover 2


Jason Hill did an amazing job narrating my book, bringing the characters and the story to life. You can find more of his work on YouTube at Horror Hill and on Apple podcasts at:


Just wanted to let everyone know that my Ancient Enemy series is now available in a box set – all four books in one place to either buy or borrow on Kindle Unlimited.

Ancient Enemy boxed set cover

You can find the box set here:

If you haven’t read the Ancient Enemy series, here’s your chance to buy all four at a lower bulk price or borrow all four books together at one time.

I’ve loved writing this series, and I was sad to see it come to an end. But I’ve been working on a lot of other things, including the third book in my Exorcist’s Apprentice series, and the next two books in my Dark Days series. I hope to get those two series into box sets in the near future.

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Well, it’s here again – the end of the year. 2019 seemed to both fly by and drag on for me, but it’s definitely been my most productive year as far as publishing. I was able to publish 8 books this year. And they were:

Possession: The Exorcist’s Apprentice 2, published in February.


Collapse: Dark Days Book 1, published in May

Dark Days 1 (a)

Chaos: Dark Days Book 2, published in July

Dark Days 2 (a)

Exposure: Dark Days Book 3, also published in July

Dark Days 3 (a)

Refuge: Dark Days Book 4, also published in July

Dark Days 4 (a)

Sleep Disorders, published in September

Sleep Disorders Cover 2

Aftermath: Dark Days Book 5, published in November

Dark Days 5 cover (a) big

And Survivors: Dark Days Book 6, also published in November.

Dark Days 6 cover (a) big

If you haven’t read some of these books, you can find them listed on my Amazon page.

I’m really happy with my Dark Days series so far, and I’m working on Books 7 and 8 right now (which are possibly the last books in the series). It’s sad to see this series end (but the series may carry on in a different direction – I’ll have to wait and see), but I’ve got plenty of other projects I want to work on: the next book in the Exorcist’s Apprentice series, a suspense/thriller series about an FBI consultant, and some standalone horror and thriller novels.

I don’t know if I’ll publish as many books in 2020 as I did in 2019, but I’ll give it a try.

I’ve slowed down on my to-be-read list, but I did get around to reading some good books this year. Some that come to mind are:

  1. The Remaining by D.J. Molles
  2. 999 an anthology edited by Al Sarrantonio
  3. Hell House by Richard Matheson
  4. Carrion Comfort by Dan Simmons
  5. The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty
  6. The 4 Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferris
  7. Hell on Earth by Tony Urban
  8. Crawl by Mike Duke
  9. One Second After by William R. Forstchen
  10. Where Sleeping Dogs Lie by Luc Vors
  11. Books by Larry McMurtry
  12. We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
  13. Lost Souls by Poppy Z. Brite
  14. Where the Gods Sleep by Mike Duke
  15. The Portrait of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde

There were probably a few others that I’ll think of later. I’m still finishing up Koko by Peter Straub, The Dark Half by Stephen King, and Mystery Walk by Robert McCammon.

I’m not going to list specific goals this New Year’s Eve like I did last year, I’m just going to try to work as hard next year as I did this year.

Being an author is a dream come true for me, but it can’t happen without readers like you. I’m so grateful, and I just wanted to say THANK YOU!!

I hope everyone has a great New Year! I’d love to hear any comments you have.

Until next time  . . .