I can now officially announce that I’m represented by Mark Gottlieb of Trident Media Group! I spent four years working hard on my novel Here’s Waldo, and all of it is starting to pay off! To all those who have read my words over the years: thank you, thank you, thank you!!! Advertisements Continue reading I HAVE AN AGENT!!!
I’ve decided that while I’m editing the second Waldo novel and developing the third, I’m going to research and write a new, completely different novel. Bloodwood is the story of a Viking seeking a chance at redemption while carrying on the story of the family he has lost. Here’s what I have of the first page so far. Now it’s time for more intensive … Continue reading Bloodwood
I’m extremely excited to announce that my work has been included in a print anthology for the first time, and that anthology is now on sale on Amazon! Just a few years ago, I didn’t have a single publication to my name, and I wasn’t sure if I ever would. So let this be a reminder that you can do it! Thank you so much … Continue reading Crack the Spine XVI
Writing an entire novel in a month (technically less than a month since I finished a day early) is one of the most difficult things I’ve ever done, but I’m so incredibly happy that I did it. During this month, I singlehandedly depleted the world’s supply of coffee, but it was totally worth it. WOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!! Continue reading I DID IT!!!
Recently, I’ve been wanting to make some dramatic, character piece-type short films. Since they’ll be microbudget, chances are I’ll have to play the lead. So as practice, here’s me acting out a monologue from my novel Here’s Waldo. (It was so exciting to hear it out loud for the first time. 😂😂😂) Continue reading Here’s Waldo Monologue
We wake and stretch and find ourselves together. Lula takes my pages and reads them before I can tell her not to, by buglight, and when she’s done she doesn’t say anything. She puts them away, stands, walks to the far wall, and says Jesus, even though I’m pretty sure she doesn’t believe. I’m pretending I’m more in a stupor than I actually am. She … Continue reading Into the Labyrinth
Here’s a rough take of Down to the Water, a song I wrote based on guitar work by the very talented Andrew Lamb. This song deals with the end of the novel, when everything comes full circle. What do you guys think? Continue reading Down to the Water