Category: editor

Book Review: Predatory Kill

I won a copy of Kenneth Eade’s, ┬áPredatory Kill through Goodreads. Below is my honest review, as promised. Authors, as an unwritten rule, are supposed to write about what they know. Eade is an attorney, and Predatory Kill is a legal thriller. The first legal thriller I ever read was not by John Grisham. It […]

Book Review: Jurassic Dead

I was given an Advance Review Copy of JURASSIC DEAD by David Sakmyster and Amazon Best Selling author, Rick Chesler. This was in exchange for an honest review. I hate to say this book was a cross between something written by┬áMichael Crichton and Joe McKinney, but . . . it was. That is not a […]

Blood River: 1st Two Chapters

Tuesday, September 2nd — Severed Press is scheduled to release the Kindle Version of BLOOD RIVER. To help promote the work, I wanted to offer a sneak-peak. Below are the First Two Chapters for you to sample. (They are merely cut-and-paste from a Word document, so errors in format and such are all mine). Blood […]

Writing Is Like Having A Baby

Writing a novel is about telling a story; about creating characters and making them real, three-dimensional. The process, I assume, is a lot like pregnancy. You spend months and months getting ready for the manuscript to be completed. You worry about it while you are writing. You try to feed your imagination with with relevant […]