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August 4, 2021

I’d been writing since I first learned how to write, but getting recognition from someone who isn’t related to you makes an impression.

February 27, 2021

If there’s a spectrum that goes from “panster” to “plotter”—that is, a writer who attacks the blank page using nothing but their wits vs. one who draws up blueprints and gets the permits settled a year before they break ground, then I’m definitely in the latter camp. I want to expand on the topic a little bit since I didn’t really get into the details of my writing process before.

February 1, 2021

Twilight Tales will feature my creepy sci-fi story, “Fruiting” (and 30 other tales). If you like the classic Twilight Zone, check it out!

December 1, 2020

Songs From the Void is now officially a thing, and it’s a departure from the twisty sci-fi stories I’ve been exploring lately. Two twins, one lie, and a story within a story.

November 1, 2020

My fourth novel is officially released, and it feels good to return to the high sci-fi mystery territory I first explored with On the Loop. If you enjoyed that novel’s twists and turns, I’m sure Broken Helix will be right up your alley.

October 17, 2020

Here’s the cover for Broken Helix, coming November 2020!

September 30, 2020

And with that, I release my third novel out into the wilderness to fend for itself. But I think it’ll be okay, because it has some especially tricky tricks up its sleeve. The Last Shadow features a grizzled detective, a nonverbal autistic girl with “special” talents, and a cult that seems oddly concerned with synchronized […]

September 21, 2020

Here’s the cover for The Last Shadow, coming October 2020!

September 6, 2020

I mean, the premise of my second book has always been a little bit out there, but now I’ve finally released the book out into the wild, which is exciting. By which I mean I’m relieved. Getting this thing out there has been a long journey, because I wanted to do everything right, including the […]

August 20, 2020

Think about your favorite writers—the ones you return to time and time again—and I’ll bet you can identify certain thematic predilections they have. They return to certain concepts, even in stories that are otherwise very different from each other. Because they can’t help themselves. I’m no different, though it’s taken hindsight to make my pet-themes […]
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