Hi - I am so excited for my upcoming interview with Wayne and Nicole! unfortunately, it looks like Lilly won't make this one with me. Family stuff looks to get in the way. We've been so busy the last few months. I've released two short stories and have a third, a Halloween special, set for publication in mid October. Below is the cover for the short story published September 1, 2019. Looking forward to talking about the stories, my novels and anything else that comes up. :)
The BBC new published a topic about women that commit a rape crime can get away with it. This has made us pull stronger to seek men that have been a victim of this crime, yet it isn't a crime in the eyes of the Law. What is wrong here? Why is this not a crime? Do you feel that this is right or do you feel that this is wrong. Rape is Rape. Comment below. We would love to here your thoughts.
After two years of writing and rewriting, I finally have Open Fire right where I want it to be! They say that author's leave pieces of themselves in their books, hints to past events or parts of their personality, like a Horcrox actually... this is entirely true with Open Fire. Mia was never supposed to be weak, she was envisioned as a strong and powerful character. The first version was influenced by my emotions and reality; and so the book became something I didn't want it to be. I wanted the book to be about Mia's journey, how love prevails or fails, and how the past will haunt you everywhere you go. Rewriting Open Fire took a lot of guts and courage, but I couldn't be happier with how the story and the cover turned out!