Category: publishing

Book Review: The Island

Jen Minkman’s The Island is a quick read. It is more novella, than novel. I did not mind. I read it quick, and enjoyed it. For the most part. Imagine a world where, when kids turn ten years old they leave their parents. They are then expected to fend for themselves. Once they get married, […]

Book Review: The City

I have been a fan of Dean Koontz since forever. I think the first book I read by him was, The Bad Place. I was thrilled to receive a copy of the book from Netgalley for an honest review. Unfortunately, this is a tough review to write. The book boasts: The City encompasses a lifetime […]

What’s In A Name?

When I wrote my first book, MIND PLAY, I started more trouble than expected. I used the first names of family and friends for each of my characters. That wasn’t the bad part. That wasn’t where the problem started. The problem, you see, came when I informed people of what I’d done. Unless you are […]

Been There (Still Haven’t) Done That

Back in 2001, an independent film company optioned the movie rights to my novel TENTH HOUSE. The back cover blurb reads: “Private Investigator, Nicholas Tartaglia, is hired to stop a satanic cult before they sacrifice another victim. Amidst a mysterious web of deception and conspiracy, Tartaglia’s investigations has him chasing a shadowy, elusive figure — […]