Tips for Staying Sane Now and Forever


Is the car running away from something? Is it running towards something? Or is it just some dumb kid with a lead foot accelerating off of a dirt shoulder? If you picked option three, you get an all expenses paid free night at a Comfort Inn in Sawdust, Idaho. Here’s a more detailed description ofContinue reading “Tips for Staying Sane Now and Forever”

Micromium Has Gone Audio


Get your FREE Micromium Audio Book if you are one of the first 20 people to respond to the offer in this blog.

How Do I Cost Effectively Market My Book Online?


After completing your final re-write and the inevitable tweaks that come afterwards, it’s finally time to upload your book to online retailers.  Next, you announce it on your blog, your author website, your book’s Facebook page, and your You Tube channel.

Now what? Gulp…

Beautiful Dreamer


My first thoughts as a twenty-five-year-old are of my wife and daughter.  Will I ever meet my loyal and devoted wife, Bonnie?  If I do, will we have our precious daughter, Danielle?  As I contemplate these disturbing eventualities, the phone rings. 

A Fang-Tastic Author Interview


  This interview and a spicy  excerpt from an early chapter appear at Fang-Tastic Books; a well-known book review site. Can you tell readers a little bit about yourself and what inspired you to write in this particular genre? I believe it started with my struggle with the forces of darkness and light within myself.Continue reading “A Fang-Tastic Author Interview”

Something Different This Way Comes*


  A year after writing Scarlet Ambrosia, I see the story through a different pair of eyes.  At the core of the novel is a young man’s struggle with darkness and light.  The vampire archetype, I now realize, is a metaphor for my heart’s dream to realize its divine nature.  The supernatural powers and turboContinue reading “Something Different This Way Comes*”

A Thrilling Tale of Two Hearts’ Desires


With so many vampire novels on the market today, one could wonder at the need for yet another; but Scarlet Ambrosia is a vampire story of a different color, seasoned not so much by the drama of blood-letting as by the more universal themes of self-discovery, human nature, and redemption.

To Publish or Not


At the core of the novel is a young man’s struggle with darkness and light. The vampire archetype, it turns out, is a metaphor for the (my) heart’s dream to realize its Divine Nature. This is what gives the story “socially redeeming value,” I realized in perfect twenty-twenty hindsight.

Thumbs Up


The Midwest Book Review gave “Three Days to Darkness” a “Thumbs Up.” It’s encouraging when anyone other than my wife, daughter, mother-in-law, and best-friend Joe Canzano responds positively to my novel. (My mother read half the book. She liked the writing but not the story).