It’s hard for me to believe, but this goofy little blog is three years old. Nearly every day for the last three years I’ve written here.
This site has changed my life, but that was never the goal.
I write because it’s fun, because it helps me figure out who I am, because it pays for my gas (most months), and because of you.
Without the support of the readers, I’d still write, but I wouldn’t love it the way I do.
By way of celebration and thank you:
To thank you, I’m dropping the price of my novel The Knot down to $2.99 on Kindle. It’s about a 103 year old man, a talking frog that may or may not be real, an aspiring (and awful) romance novelist, and an apocalyptic talk show finale.
It’s a fun book, but keep in mind that I wrote it nearly ten years ago. I’m proud I finished it. It taught me more about writing than anything else has, but perfect…it ain’t. If you like me, you’ll probably like at least some of the book. How’s that for the hard sell!
Short Story: Under The Creek
Here is a short story I’m releasing called Under The Creek. It’s part of a loosely connected collection of non-gruesome horror tales that will all be filed under: Stories From a Bad Town. I’ll be dripping these out a couple of times each month.
I’ll give you the first line:
“Johnnie, Mom says the sun’s not going to come up tomorrow. She says it’s just done.”
How to read Under the Creek
I put it on Kindle for $2.99, which is the cheapest price they’ll allow (other than free).
Or if you want a PDF, you can download from the link below for $1.99. Just hit the button below.
Thank you as always. It’s been a fun three years. I suspect the best is yet to come.