In which the writer offers up an anecdote that explains why he writes without a net (aka “pantsing” – but not in the 80s-era tugging down of someone’s pants in a crowd).

Me And My Muse Episode 143




In which the writer discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has illustrated how we depend upon art and artists to make life a bit more tolerable.

Me And My Muse Episode 141


In which the writer discusses the importance of revisiting older work, and how learning from your earlier mistakes can make you a much better artist.

Me And My Muse Episode 140





After many months of patience, love, care, and edits, my quirky romance novel, Hopetown, is finally live! This has been very much a labor of love – literally and figuratively. It also marks a few transitions in my life as I’ve had to say goodbye to my long-time editor, Mary […]

Hopetown is live!




In which the writer discusses original ideas and how to create them. Also … a cover reveal for his upcoming Devil Dog Press novel, fEaR.

Me And My Muse Episode 136


In which the writer discusses separating the art from the artist (and what it’s not always possible).

Me And My Muse Episode 135




In which the writer discusses the importance of the writer/editor relationship (with a little scoop on his latest work).

Me And My Muse Episode 133