We’re back and we’re sexy as all hell. And when we’re sexy, it is time to get Jack’d! I have the pleausre of introducing you to another collaborator in league with the Facebook group All Things Zombie – this time around it’s Nerys Wheatley! Let’s not waste daylight … the zombies are near and we’ve […]
One of the questions I get asked a LOT is why do I bother writing books that are outside of the realm of the apocalypse. Currently, I have the following series (or beginning of series): I Zombie The Last Casket Zombie Radio Fringe Killers Klockwerk Kabaret The Nameless Saga Shero The ‘Kind Saga I also […]
Sometimes embarrassment is one hell of a humbling motivator. This post is not only brought to you by embarrassment, but fueled by shame. Let me set the stage for what’s about to come. The road to being a professional writer is paved with some of the greatest potholes one could ever dream of navigating. During […]
Last night I had a conversation with my youngest daughter (she’s 19) about being an artist. She follows very closely in my footsteps and, at her age, hasn’t quite yet wrapped her mind and heart around what it all means and why we crazy artists do what we do. The conversation was a good one […]
I thought it would be a fun little exercise to pen the Twelve Days of Christmas through the eyes of…you guessed it, a writer! So hold onto your fuzzy red hats, let’s Christmas up this bitch!
In every generation a slayer is born. Oh wait…wrong opening line. In every generation, a plague of writers is visited upon… Again, sorry. Most people assume the act of writing is as simple as sitting in front of a computer and ralphing out page after page of coherent words. If it were that easy, there’d […]
I’ve often gone on public record to say I seek out inspiration from everywhere. As an artist, I feel it’s my job to see the unseen and find inspiration in unlikely or overlooked places. I’ve worked this way throughout my artistic life and it has yet to fail me. Recently I announced I was going […]