Better late than never!


Hello All! So sorry for not getting a blog out until the end of this week! Had a bit of a rough five days, but I have returned, fit and in writing shape once more! I want to give a big shout out to two people whom I believe should be checked out by one and all. Here they are: First, from a great fellow author at JEA Press –

“Zombies, Vamps, and Fiends” by Ash Hartwell

This book is about monsters. Real or imagined, these beasts lurk within us all. These are tales of man’s inhumanity to his fellow man, the horrors of war, and the frailties of the human mind. From an exclusive club in Victorian London to a futuristic world of surgical punishment, from the funfair to…
 I definitely plan on catching up with his tales!
I myself have started on two of the four novels I plan to have completed this year. The first is about a post-civil war soldier who finds himself in a new type of battle – one it seems, only he understands, though he’s not sure how or why. However, as the dead continue to rise in small towns throughout the West, Preacher Bridges seems to be the only one who knows how to deal with them……
The second novel I am working on is actually the third book in my ‘Searchers, Inc’ series – book two, titled ‘Desert Tracks’ is in its second edits stage and should be coming out soon.
This book takes Shane Rose and his Crew to the Canadian/American border in Idaho, where they are tasked with re-capturing five escaped convicts who have taken a small border town hostage. Will they be able to handle the situation? Or will the harsh February winter and the criminals get away with- literally- murder?
I leave you with that bit of a cliff-hanger note, dear readers, and hope that you get the chance to check out my two fellow authors listed above.
Until next week, read on!

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