Disciple Announcement

In March of 2017, shortly after the release of Vigilante, I began writing the third book in The Aluria Adventures series.  I was so excited to begin the process, because the story line I had planned for this book was one that I had planned from the beginning, and couldn't wait to get it on... Continue Reading →

2018 Rose Glen Literary Festival

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of attending the Rose Glen Literary Festival with several of my friends from the SCC Writer's Group. I'll admit, I really didn't want to go Friday afternoon. Why? Because, when I'm working on a writing project, I usually like to stay in my self-imposed exile until it's complete. And usually,... Continue Reading →

Discussions from the Beyond

I believe in spirits.  Not only do I believe in them, but I believe they can commune with us in ways we don't expect.  Many people say spirits talk to us through our dreams.  I never closely examined my dreams to test that theory, but I believed what they said.  Recently, though, I believe this... Continue Reading →

Fire and Fury

If anyone has not heard about the most talked about book of 2018 so far, then they probably aren't reading this post right now.  This book, Fire and Fury, has swept the nation up in a firestorm of political gossip and certainly has the attention of President Donald Trump, essentially at the center of it's... Continue Reading →

The Last Jedi

The most anticipated movie of the year has finally arrived!  I can't tell you how excited I've been to watch this movie.  This year has certainly been jammed packed with good films, such as Spiderman: Homecoming, Wonder Woman and Justice League, but none of them have given me the level of excitement the way waiting... Continue Reading →

In Rememberance

This has been a rough week.  I'm not going to lie.  I've never lost someone close to me, other than my beloved pets.  Death has only been something I've heard of, and never experienced.  But this week, I bath in it's residue, feeling numbness throughout my body and the emptiness inside my heart. On Monday,... Continue Reading →

2017 Read Local Book Fair

  Every year, I have the pleasure of being invited to the Read Local Book Fair, hosted by the Macon County Public Library.  And every year, the experience is different and refreshing.  I meet new people, learn new things, and also sell some books! As always, this year was a pleasant experience.  You can see... Continue Reading →


Yes, my home, Franklin, NC, my place of work, Southwestern Community College, and my alma mater, Western Carolina University, was in the path of totality during yesterday's Great American Eclipse.  You've probably heard about it already, or experienced it yourself, but if not, here is my experience. While my family hiked up one of the... Continue Reading →

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