‘HEXENNACHT 4/30/1932’

Bloodlines

I’m a writer and ghostwriter. Some projects require research that includes going through old pictures. One such project was with a client who was the last of her bloodline. She was 91 and told me, “These are for you. Maybe something in there,” she pointed a gnarled, crooked finger at the stacks, “will be useful in […]

EXCERPT ‘On 7th Street, An Angel Fell’ SCENE 01

DRAFT

There is a moment for angels, a flicker of an instance when they feel as humans do. As they must because it is necessary to give them finality. It shows them why they—angels—exist even though Man doubts… or denies. It is that moment—what they call The Fall—when it is determined if they continue to serve […]

‘Boy Found Alive At 47-year-old Crash Site’

This image was taken (and emailed) by photojournalist Steven Wehlock who was ahead of his support team, reaching the crash site 30 minutes before them. As we reported in our coverage last week… recent satellite imagery of what looked like a previously unknown crash site led to his self-funded investigation. Wehlock, a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist, […]

UPDATE | “NIGHT Descends”

A collection of suspenseful stories, most not previously available in print

The paperback version is available for order at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Barnes & Noble is offering a discounted price of $9.90 (this can change quickly, though). Stay tuned for updates and more information on ordering signed copies of the hardback special edition. 92,229 words in two novellas, three novelettes, and five short stories. In […]

4000 words–Reader Comments–about the stories in NIGHT DESCENDS

AVAILABLE NOW Reader comments follow below Story Descriptions (opens in a new tab or window) The hardback is a special print version with a matte finish dust-jacket and higher quality (heavier) paper that enables use of color pictures (the story covers) in the book’s interior: Signed Hardback Price is $26.95. The paperback will be a traditional […]

“In the Shadows…”

A scene excerpt from a 2011 fiction novel I co-authored titled, Serpentauria: Ark of Extinction.

In the distance, flashes of lightning played across the sky, and the first few giant-sized drops of rain splashed across the ground, indicating more and harder rain was on its way. Gusts of wind picked up bits of dried grass, scrub brush, and dry earth and whipped them around in tornado-like swirls. A lone figure […]