Invite to Review GOD GAMES & An Alaskan Inspiration for a MILK RUN SciFi Adventure

OK, I’ll keep this short and sweet. Three things to tell you: I just got back from a wonderful vacation in Alaska that included a scenic train ride between Fairbanks and Anchorage, a lake cruise right up to a calving glacier in Portage and some flying over the marshland ending with stellar air pic of Anchorage and backdrop mountains. That got the writing juices flowing again as I put fingers to keyboard and continued the…

My Writing MILK RUN and Two New Books for Springtime Reading

First of all, a BIG THANK YOU to my MILK RUN Beta readers for your reviews, comments and encouragement.   YES, your feedback has been very helpful . . .  to the point that I have tweaked/reposted a few scenes based on your comments. MILK RUN is currently in the “creation” stage as I write one scene at a time based on an earlier outline that follows the seven basic elements of a classic three…

Back to Writing After Six Long Years

After a a six-year hiatus, I’ve picked up from where I left off on writing MILK RUN!  Before then, everything was going fine till I ran into the dreaded writer’s block.  The story felt flat and typical, and I didn’t like that.   So, in 2016, I stopped everything, including publishing the already completed HEAVEN’S ANT FARM SciFi novel to the bookstores.   I guess I just needed to clear my head a bit.   Besides, I was…

New SciFi Story- Looking for Beta Readers!

To family, friends, associates, readers, authors, editors, agents . . . . all y’all! Just a short note here to say that after six long years, I’m picking up where I left off on my second SciFi book called MILK RUN and I’m looking for beta readers.  This is a great opportunity to come along for the ride and influence the story!  More on that later.  MILK RUN will be a different book from GOD…

The 77 Challenge

Hey authors, suppose someone goes to the bathroom and while there opens your book. But not at the beginning. They just start reading from any old random place in your book. Will they get some idea of what your book is about by perusing just a few random lines?  Will they want to read more? Or will they use the pages for something else having just realized there’s no toilet paper in the stall? Hey…