I wrote a another romantic fantasy. Oh, yes, I did. Thanks to my editors, Bobette and Terry Wright, for working with me on this. They really know their stuff. Otis Chambers is a struggling writer with a two-book deal on his desk. He desperately needs help with writer's block, so he goes to Greece, the … Continue reading Orpheus: A Modern Greek Tragedy
I wrote a romantic fantasy. Yes, I did. And guess what? It didn't have werewolves in it. Thanks to my editor Bobette for beating the redneck out of it and turning it into something that will make romance fans swoon. She's a pleasure to work with. Roman and Feleena, both widowed, meet under strange circumstances, … Continue reading That Kind of Magic
The weekend of October 12, I competed in the Waltz Across Texas Country & Western Dance Competition. See my earlier blog post, Girls Like Guys Who Can Dance, for more information on my love of dance. Big Thanks to Greg and Laura Thrash of Team Thrashdance for their coaching and patience with us, to my lovely … Continue reading Waltz Across Texas 2018
This last weekend I hosted a booth at the Granbury Paranormal Expo 2018 where I sold my books. I think the best part of this kind of event is all the people I meet. Even if someone stops by my booth who doesn't like to read the genre I write in, we still have a good … Continue reading Granbury Paranormal Expo 2018
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Over the last few years, an old hobby has retaken ahold of me, dancing. I attended my first dance in eighth grade. I'd never danced, but I'd seen "American Bandstand" and "Soul Train," so I knew the basics of shaking my body parts around. I was as nervous as a squirrel on a busy country … Continue reading Girls Like Guys Who Can Dance
This Halloween, follow Tom and 30 other writers down "The Rabbit Hole." I reveal a series of letters between a Miskotonic University professor and a man trying to solve a paranormal physics problem in “Conrad Usry’s Estate.”
Book Review: Good Neighbors by Russell C. Connor A good horror yarn full of gore, rape, betrayal, drugs, and even a bit of rock 'n' roll. Ratings: (poor, average, or good): Writing was good. Background information was good. Character Development was good. Russell is good at crawling around inside these different characters' heads. 5 out of 5 … Continue reading Book Review: Good Neighbors
This is one my proudest published works, a Lovecraftian story published in a magazine dedicated to the mythos. This story is about a WWII U.S. Navy Destroyer and its fateful encounter with "Mhuld'enda of the Deep."