“You’ve got the perfect hands for clay, Tony.” David dragged his wet fingertips along my knuckles in a slippery caress. He always knew the right thing to say, and still he managed to come up with some real stunners. I had a worker’s hands, tough and callused, with soil permanently ground in the knuckles and … Continue reading Flash fiction: Fire and Earth
I'm experimenting with an Amazon giveaway, and I picked Many Happy Returns for my test run because it was the first ebook I ever published myself on Amazon, nearly two years before the advent of the Kindle device! Returns is a saucy Crash ficlet, just a single scene, but if you dig Curtis Ash, you'll … Continue reading Win a PsyCop Ficlet
If you haven't read the ginormous M/M Paranormal anthology Charmed and Dangerous, here's your chance to score the weighty tome for 99¢! Escape the family this holiday weekend, curl up with a massive book, and potentially find a new author to love. Amazon - http://amzn.to/2BfwnCf All other etailers - https://www.books2read.com/charmed
From my blog archives circa 2014. I was working on Forget Me Not at the time...I loved the way the toilet paper scene came out! So, I'm working on edits and I see where I had a character show up from a trip to a warehouse club with a massive shrink-wrapped block of toilet paper. … Continue reading That’s a Wipe!
So I'm looking at my old LiveJournal blog, which I don't plan on renewing, and thinking about transferring some of my favorite posts here. I spotted a shot of the paperback cover from Briefs from about 14 months ago. It feels longer to me...maybe I'm aging in Bob Zigler years. Have you read Briefs yet? … Continue reading Vic has answers. Not necessarily the right ones…
I recently re-edited the third book of my Mnevermind Trilogy for audio in anticipation of the audiobook production. I can't wait to hear Seth Clayton perform it. He totally killed it on books 1 and 2. Is this trilogy for you? The Mnevermind idea has its root in mnemonics, having to do with memories. In … Continue reading A Down-to-Earth Sci Fi
October is my favorite holiday month, ’cos I'm all about Halloween! Come hear me read a ghostly Halloween snippet from Everyone's Afraid of Clowns, a Halloween PsyCop tale. Did you know PsyCop Briefs features TWO Halloween shorts? And did you know that while some of the shorts were collected from my past newsletters, nearly a third … Continue reading Halloween and Ghost Stories