“A hunch is creativity trying to tell you something.” Frank Capra This guy directed what many consider to be the ultimate classic Christmas film. Hard to dispute, but I’ve always been more of a Die Hard fan. 😁 Anyway, I thought this would be a nice piece of advice to share heading into the weekend. Still hard at work on the fourth book in the Edward Prince series. If you’re looking for a nice weekend read might I recommend one of the first three books in the series? Each one is a standalone adventure that you can probably finish ...
Confession: when I wrote“The Mystery of Coronado Cay” it was with the intent of modeling the characters after the characters in The Wizard of Oz, like Dorothy, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion, etc. The idea to do it this way was because I had seen an amazing pre-made cover and then beat by beat, the story came to me. L. Frank Baum, the creator of “The Wizard of Oz” had planned an amusement park for his creations and claimed he’d found an island for the park. Find out how it all went down in “The Mystery of Coronado Cay” ...
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I don’t necessarily enjoy writing, I enjoy storytelling. I wrote these books to entertain and distract people from the cares and troubles of real life. Even if it was just for a couple hours of entertainment, then I am satisfied. Lord knows I’m not in this writing biz for the money. 😜 Speaking of which, “The Bolshevik Ballerina” is free for a limited time all over the world. Check it out. Link in the bio. . . . . #kindlepaperwhite#kindleunlimited ...
A huge Thank You to all of the ‘brave souls’ who took me up on the invite to download a Free copy of “The Lost Idol of Ishtar” last week on Amazon. The tracking reports show that it was picked up by people all over the world and not just the US. The first reader to come in with a review of the book was a fellow writer whose about to release a YA novel called “Hope Quest.” Her name is Melanie Ever Moore and you can check the review (for Bolshevik Ballerina) out on Amazon.ca (that’s the Canadian 🇨🇦Amazon). ...
Two lovely and talented girls from Russian history. When I wrote “The Bolshevik Ballerina,” it was difficult to decide between the two, so I pulled bits from both. Check out her story now for FREE on Amazon!!! Link in the bio. Book reviews are welcome, but not required. . . . . #linkinthebio#ballerina
The audiobook for “The Mystery of Coronado Cay” is READY! Yay! A big thank you to Cameron M. Clark for lending his narrative talents to this project. He was a radio DJ in a previous life and I thought he did a pretty good job. Check out his page @getcameron. The audiobook is available on iTunes, Audible and Amazon! Don’t forget, I’ve got The Lost Idol of Ishtar for FREE on Kindle now!!! . . . . #edwardianfashion#steampunk ...
👆So this is happening right now!!!👆 Had lots of contacts and friends reach out to see about this FREE promotion I’m running on Amazon. Looking for reviews of this book or any other Edward Prince book in the series if you’re interested. . . . #freepromotion#freebook
“We first make our habits, and then our habits make us.” John Dryden (17th Century English Poet & Playwright). Hope you all had a satisfying week and are planning to have an even more satisfying weekend. Shoutout to DP Photography for the photo. . . . . #successquotes#habit
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She’s talking about Book 3 in the Edward Prince series! Edward Prince was a journalist who travelled the world and met famous historical people on every adventure. This might be my favorite to have written in the series, but not because it was the shortest. 😁 Check it out in the link in the bio. . . . . . #free#freefiction
Happy Friday friends! Looking for a fun, fast read this weekend? Check out “Edward Prince” books on Amazon for a low price or FREE with a KU subscription. Link in bio. . . . . #ku#kindleunlimited
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“Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.” -Scott Adams (Dilbert creator) Here’s to making lots of mistakes this coming week then, my friends. . . . . #dilbert#dilbertcomics
Never say 'no' to adventures. Always say 'yes,' otherwise you'll lead a very dull life. . #ianfleming I love the way he writes. On another note, this was a fun pic at one of my favorite places: #inspirationpoint at in On still another note, anyone have fun this year in the . . .
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All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act on their dreams with open eyes, to make them possible. T.E. Lawrence TE Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) makes an appearance of one of my books: The Lost Idol of Ishtar. This photo needed no filter. This was something I wanted to achieve on my bucket list. In other words, it was a dream come true to ...
Ha ha. A reader sent me this idea. He got what my stories are all about. It’s about following the old pulp fiction tradition. Only in this case, he called it “pulp fiction sensibilities with half a brain.” It’s a little history mixed with a lot of action and a little bit o’ humor. Link in bio. . . . . . #pulpfiction#adventurefiction
I had a great weekend! Hope you did too! What better way to celebrate than to have a sale? Limited time! Link in bio! . . . . . #booksonsale#freeebooks
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Where it all began for me. My first adventure story: The Mystery of Coronado Cay. FREE for all Kindle Unlimited subscribers. I invite you to check it out on Amazon today! . . . . . . . . #writerlife#indieauthor