Here’s a scene from A DEAD GUY AT THE SUMMERHOUSE, a paranormal suspense novel set in 1968. The narrator, Mitch, is a 17-year-old orphan hired by wealthy, elderly “Aunt Missy” to care for her dogs. One of them fell — or was pushed — off…

I keep plugging away at revisions on The Book Formerly Known As EEL’S REVERENCE. Its new name is THE WOLVES OF PORT NOVO. Better name? I hope so. ANYWAY, here’s a scene from beyond the middle, so I’m making slow progress. Not changing much, actually,…

Sometimes, the less realistic a story is, the more powerful it is. As Joseph Campbell used to say, myth (and folk tales and fairy tales) reach down past our rationality and touch us in our unguarded places. I used this in SAGE, my fantasy trilogy,…

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