A Ghost In My House – INTO THE LIGHT – 99 Cent Kindle Countdown Sale

I could sleep When I lived alone… Is there a ghost in my house? Into The Light is a Kindle Countdown 99 cents deal from Tuesday, May 30 through Thursday June 1! Max Paddington refuses to go into the light until he finds his killer. This presents a dilemma, since Max is even less competent as a spirit than he was as a live person. No one sees or hears him and he can’t manage Read More …

#MondayBlogs: Sending Book Bubbles Into The World With Bublish!

I’m now on Bublish! This is a fun site for readers to explore all sorts of books. We writers share short excerpts, along with a little bit of insight into that particular scene. These are called book bubbles, and they look like this:   This site isn’t just promotional hype. It’s a great way to sample books, to learn about authors, and to connect with all sorts of readers and writers. And it’s fun!   Read More …

#MondayBlogs: The Problem With Being A Ghost

Ghosts are supposed to be scary, like The Librarian in the movie Ghostbusters. They haunt places and torment people. They’re agile, able to float around rooms and disappear on a whim. Right?   Not always. Max is a ghost, but he’s more like Casper than The Librarian. He’s too nice to haunt people. To his dismay, his occasional attempts wind up more comical and embarrassing than scary. The other problem is that, unlike Casper, Max Read More …

Early Review: Last of the Independents by Sam Wiebe

Twenty-nine-year-old Michael Drayton runs a private investigation agency in Vancouver that specializes in missing persons–only, as Mike has discovered, some people stay missing. Still haunted by the unsolved disappearance of a young girl, Mike is hired to find the vanished son of a local junk merchant. However, he quickly discovers that the case has been damaged by a crooked private eye and dismissed by a disinterested justice system. Worse, the only viable lead involves a Read More …

Jesse Ryder: Bad Boy PI from ENEMIES AND PLAYMATES

Some people believe the first book defines the author. If that’s true, I’m not sure I want to know what mine says about me. I try to avoid a close examination, mainly because I’d be tempted to start rearranging sentences and changing words. Writers live in a state of chronic rewrites. My first book is Enemies and Playmates, which has been available in print and e-book format for some time and is now also available Read More …