Tag Archives: Novels

Goodbye 2013, Hello 2014

I’m looking forward to the new year. This is mainly because, as a writer, 2013 was for the most part a bust. Without exception, I kicked every writing goal I set for myself to the curb this past year. So … Continue reading

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Book Review: Reunion, by Jeff Bennington

David Ray stood in front of his mirror, dressed to kill. I look good, he thought, like the real deal, like a real killer. He narrowed his eyes, grit his teeth and unfolded his checklist. Sharp blades of black hair … Continue reading

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Book Review: Seven Point Eight, by Marie Harbon

Another man now spoke out loudly, clearly and confidently. The Mediterranean skinned woman who had discussed the invisibility experiment turned to look and appeared to recognise the new speaker, although he did not acknowledge her. He had listened intently to … Continue reading

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Touched

Inspired by my nephew, this novel is going to explore some spiritual issues that I find compelling and were sparked by stories told to me by my sister. Continue reading

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Outlining The Unseen

This highlights another great passion of mine as far as writing goes: turning stereotypes on their head. I find a great deal of pleasure in letting a reader’s expectation be set by common bias, so I can flip it over and show something real about the character. Continue reading

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