Category: creative

Book Ideas for Dummies

As a writer, I meet (and know) people who say to me, “Have I got a book for your to write. Instant best seller!” I try my best at being polite. “Really? If it is that good an idea, you should write it.” “No,” they’ll tell me. “You’re the writer. You write it!” And then […]

#NextYACraze Book Review: Tommy Black

My first #NextYACraze read for 2015, was Tommy Black and the Staff of Light, by Jake Kerr. Kerr, a music industry journalist, is also a Nebula Award nominated writer and was shortlisted for the Theodore Sturgeon and StorySouth Million Writers awards.  The book is a dense 400 pages. Don’t let that scare reluctant readers. The font […]

Just Released (November 2014)

*DAMN THE DEAD marks the beginning of an exciting new stand-alone series from Phillip Tomasso and takes place some 3 years after the conclusion of the best-selling Vaccination Trilogy. Even in the heat of the zombie apocalypse, a time must come to rebuild. Charlene McKinney and her friends are on the run in the mountain […]

Book Review: Blindspots

I have been something of a long time fan of David Sakmyster.  He writes in an array of genres, smoothly transitioning from one to the other without missing a beat. BLINDSPOTS is the first psychological thriller I have ever read by him, and the best I can say is I was blown away, not just […]

Book Review: The Seventh Sons of Sycamore

I “met” Mr. Domino Finn on Goodreads. He sent me a copy of his book, The Seventh Sons of Sycamore in exchange for an honest review.  To start, it was the amazing cover that first caught my eye. Yes. I am shallow. I will initially judge a book by its cover. This cover, it is […]