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Where I’ve been. . .

Cover art by Tom Chounpanh. Click the image for the link

So I haven’t written a post here in about a week or so, which really is a lapse on my part. But I assure you I have good reason for it! I am very proud to announce that I have released my first novel, Stormfront on Amazon.com and worldwide. This has been a long time coming, and I’m very proud of my work so far.

Stormfront is a story of conflict, ancient enemies, and loss. The first in a series of epic adventures, it is my hope that you’ll want to see how things play out for these characters who have become so dear to me. And while I do not promise you happy endings, there will be satisfaction.

I’d like to thank all my friends and family for their support. I’ve made this project a priority for me (I hope that’s reflected in the quality) and I know that’s not always been easy for other people to wrap their heads around. But here’s to the great adventure, trying new things, and taking chance. You can find Stormfont on Amazon.com, or just click here.


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Today’s Assignment: Vampirella

I had a very interesting experience reading the latest Vampirella story from Dynamite Entertainment today. I find the character very complicated, in that I appreciate the sensuality and sexuality of the character, but I also think she looks kind of ridiculous and is impossible to believe as a serious actor in her own world. She’s a tough nut to crack, as on the one hand, I enjoy the sensationalism and encourage women to feel empowered about their sexuality in general, but Vampirella’s sexiness seems so secondary to her power and character. . . I think there’s something fun and sexy, and even potentially awesome, in this character, but that it’s still off the mark somehow.  Anyway, here’s a link to my thoughts on Part I of She Sells Sanctuary 

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