Hello, welcome to my website.
The image above is NOT a picture of me. I'm not that horny.
I have never before written anything about a character or creature that looks anything like that either. So I guess it is time.
But he (I suppose it could be a "she," but I'll stick with the male pronoun because...well, if the females of that species look like that, I really don't want to see a male.) does look determined despite having had a rough time.
Check out my "Mascot Serial" Page to see one of the possible stories of these intimidating characters.
My blog and the Mascot Serial will be added to a few times a month.
The Right Writes will feature links or references to some of my other published writings.
NOTICE: As of 5/3/16 I am adding a new occasional feature to the top of the Right Writes Page!
The Contact Page is pretty self-explanatory. I really hope that those that read Prophecy of Honor, Witchery, or Just Lucky, or any of my other writing, will contact me about the writing or anything else on their minds.
If anyone would like an autographed copy of any of my books, please use the contact page or contact me on Facebook and it shall be done.
Again, welcome, and I hope you visit as often as curiosity and convenience allow.
Good news! My fantasy novel, Witchery, has been accepted for publication by Double Dragon Publishing. Release date was September 30, 2016.
Here is the cover. It is now available in e-book on Amazon, and will be available in paperback next week.
A werebear has killed two people and Teyla leaves in pursuit. Her mother, Mirra, has known for years that Teyla’s father, Kaar, is imprisoned by Maalak. With Teyla gone, she goes to free Kaar or die in the attempt. The two helped defeat Maalak years ago in his bid to conquer the city-state of Kessia. He has prepared to try again, confident he will be victorious.
Teyla’s quest is side-tracked by Argus Cord on a mission to find white witches to aid Kessia in the upcoming struggle. The two become lovers and Teyla agrees to help in the battle against Maalak. But she discovers that her father is Maalak’s prisoner. She must attempt rescue, but she cannot protect Argus and herself. Kaar escapes with Mirra’s help, and the two join the forces of Kessia.
As the armies clash outside the southern wall of Dark Home in a battle of magic and steel, Teyla arrives at Dark Home. Maalak discovers her presence and she finds herself face-to-face with the most fearful master of dark magic that has ever been.