Thursday, March 8, 2018

Free Promotion March 9-10

To celebrate its recent positive review, Finding Friendship, volume one of the Finding Series, is on free promotion March 9-10, in Amazon's Kindle Store.

"This was a good book but like I said you definitely do not want to read this one unless you are planning to read the next one soon after because of the way it ends abruptly. I enjoyed this series. I think others will also."

Read the entire review here.

Sunday, March 4, 2018

Five-Star Review for Four Seconds on the Cloock

" ,,, hopefully there will be another book for these two in the future."

You can read the entire review here. There are three more books planned in the Four Seconds series, and, spurred by a reader's request, I've started pre-draft notes on Book Four of the Finding Series.


Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Review of Finding Friendship: "This book left me riling for more."


Four out of five stars in an independent review of FindingFriendship.

Read the entire review here: The reviewer ends with this:

This was a good book but like I said you definitely do not want to read this one unless you are planning to read the next one soon after because of the way it ends abruptly. I enjoyed this series. I think others will also.

Friday, February 16, 2018

Current Status of Books

Taking time off to work on a series of short stories for a European client, write a business book for a U.S. client, and work on a business book of my own. I still expect to publish Did You Ever See Allegro? this Spring. 

About twenty percent of the way through Harassing, sequel to Taunting, and book two of the Flint Files Mysteries. The same cast of characters moves between and among the Flint Files, the Life Stories Series, and the Finding Series. While developing Harassing, I realized that there was more to Mike and Luke’s story; they were back in New Orleans at the beginning of Harassing, nearly three years after we last saw them. I’ve started notes for a fourth Finding book.

Ethan and Alex have more to tell, as well. Life Creates, narrated by Alex this time, begins with Ethan and Carly’s wedding, and Alex striking out on his own with his lawyer girlfriend, Deidre. As of the wedding, Mike and Luke were still in the U.S., Danny and his elite squad were in a slow period, and Damion and nurse Veronica had just begun looking for a place to live. Melvin Brown had been promoted to Lieutenant, and was on loan to the state to support complex cases.

Around the same time, in Gulside City, Logan and Tommy are leaving for their first year of college. Tommy narrates the story, in Four Seconds on the Clock: College Freshmen. Jake, Elvis and Woody have returned to Stoneport after The Trip to Helen Gawne. Alejandro sold his practice to Logan’s uncle, and returned to Arizona to be with Starshine Deer Dropping. He accepted a job with the State Attorney General, enforcing ethics standards for lawyers on all sides. Alejandro – also known as TDP (Tall, Dark and Promiscuous) – is thinking about writing his own book.

They don’t know it yet, but dental surgeon Elvis, and his podiatrist girlfriend, Fran, will shortly leave on a medical mission to Africa. The mission is led by an internist, and the couple will find themselves performing general surgery. And, Stoneport High School prepares for a new basketball season. That story is being written in a new comedy, The Head Game.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Two new books published this week.

Four Seconds on the Clock: College Freshmen was published today on Amazon Kindle. The young men go to Dual Carolina University and join the basketball team. Their relationship suffers from distrust, jealousy, anger, infidelity and other issues. Tommy also runs cross-country, where the team captain is a homophobe. Logan also plays volleyball, where the team takes coed showers. Their biological families reject them, so the create a family of their choosing. They experience all the normal parts of college life: uninhibited drunken parties, working to fit in, making new friends, even their first four-way. The basketball season has ups and downs. Tommy is seriously injured, they beat the number one team in the country, and, most of all, they do a great job of screwing with the other teams’ minds.

For reasons known only to Amazon, the cover is not yet uploaded. 

 This is the sequel to Four Seconds on the Clock, a tale of two young men dealing with the aftermath of trauma, which just reached Kindle’s number 257 in Sports Romance. The original remains on free promotion through January 18.

Kyle Randolph is another member of our group. His Life of Kyle, Volume Two, was also published this week. Kyle and Adam become closer, life is great, until storm clouds gather. They might be separated by an ocean, and neither man is happy about that. Adam has an important decision to make, one that will either save their relationship, or destroy it. This is the sequel to Life of Kyle: And things were going so well.