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When I started writing THE TROUBLE WITH FATE, my only goal was to finish the book because up to that point, the longest thing I had written was a fifteen page short story. Which, come to think of it, can’t really be called a short story because it doesn’t have a beginning, a middle and an end. […]

Do you know how the publishing world works? When I was unpublished, I thought it was hard work, commitment, fearlessness, and people telling you that you needed to revise the crap out of your work. Then I got the book contract, and I thought it was about more hard work, greater commitment, bolstering up your […]

Okay, I’m not cool. You go that, right? I can mimic being cool.. But it is all a front. When I anticipate a release date… I am not cool. It’s more than just spectre of being reviewed. Because that’s usually a mixed bag. Some of the reviews can make you damn well GIDDY. Those reviews […]

Here it is: a long excerpt from my upcoming release, The Danger of Destiny. I got so much satisfaction writing Hedi’s story to its completion! Look for DESTINY in the stores come March 3rd! Legs like lead. Each ragged breath dragon fire scorching my windpipe. Trowbridge’s fist a bruising manacle, hauling me up every time […]

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Lou had never pulled me so quickly into the broken puzzle of her deteriorating brain, except when I was asleep. When I was inside her head that deep, I couldn't spit out the fear that lay heavy on my tongue.

– PATRICIA BRIGGS

The Danger of Destiny

Lou had never pulled me so quickly into the broken puzzle of her deteriorating brain, except when I was asleep. When I was inside her head that deep, I couldn't spit out the fear that lay heavy on my tongue.

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When I started writing THE TROUBLE WITH FATE, my only goal was to finish the book because up to that point, the longest thing I had written was a fifteen page short story. Which, come to think of it, can’t really be called a short story because it doesn’t have a beginning, a middle and an end. […]...