The Latest

Here are some things I've been up to lately.

I recently finished going through the novel I wrote with Jimmy Wayne (Paper Angels) one last time. It's scheduled to come out November 1. I can't wait to hear what readers think of this special little story.

I'm almost finished working on my first ghostwriting project I've ever done. It's a novel and it's related to a movie. That's all I can say about it. It's been a fun experience and has stretched me in different ways.

I've been in the Carolinas doing a bit of research for a couple of projects. One is a project that I can't say anything about. All I can say is that I hope it sees light of day. I'm in the pre-writing stage with that one. If it happens, you'll certainly be hearing lots about it.

The second project I'm in the Carolinas for is The Solitary Tales. I was recently surprised to find out that books #3 and #4 are coming out next year (Temptation comes out in April and Hurt comes out in September). I'll be writing both books back to back. I love this world I've created and the character of Chris Buckley. Hopefully I'll nail the final book in this series.

Before I know it September will be here and so will the release of the novel I wrote with Mark Schultz (Letters From War). It's another very special novel that I can't wait for readers to check out.

For you e-book readers out there, I recently discounted Every Breath You Take on Amazon.com to be only 99 cents. Check it out here. I also released The Promise Remains in its digital form, and will be releasing The Watermark e-book in the next week.

Thanks for your interest in my writing! I've got some cool things in the works the next year. The only reason I don't share details is because I never know if they'll come to fruition. But for you fans--I really feel I'm just getting warmed up. I really mean that. Just continue to stay tuned. And please be patient if I don't always respond to messages--life has been busy. And it's going to be getting a little more busy.

Have a great rest of your summer!

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