To celebrate the release of the latest novel in my Boone Childress Mysteries series, the first book, Tin City Tinder, is on sale for FREE June 20 and 21. The third book in the series, Ironville Inferno, is as Kindle Countdown Deal for .99 until 6/24. Come and get 'em!
I made this. A Boone Childress short story: TV Show The House That Kills visits Charles House, a haunted B&B in a posh Boston neighborhood, and locks an innocent contestant in a room to spend the night. If he makes it, he gets a thousand bucks. If he doesn’t— When the room is opened, a dead body greets
Key Lime Die, a Boone Childress Novella. Two ATV riders make the find of their lives when an accident leads to a gruesome discovery—the death mask of a teenage girl. Boone Childress returns in this novella as he strives to work under the constraints of protocol in order to discover the identity of the victim—and to find her
My second publication this week: Steel City Smithereens, A Boone Childress Novel #2. A furniture factory explodes in the middle of the night, detroying the building and a family business that’s operated for three generations, putting dozens out of work and devastating the owner. It looks like an accident. At first. Until Navy intelligence operator turned firefighter Boone
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian is being challenged in a local school. A local TV station reported on the first salvo in the challenge by warning it’s readers that the word “masturbation” is “graphic content.” Below is my letter to the reporter objecting to that use. (Here’s link to the report: http://bit.ly/TcU0F2) WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT (not really) Mr. Powell— I
I made this. Episode Three - The EscapeIn the third episode, Boy finds himself alone, his farmhouse burned and his family arrested. With the help of an enchanting Creole woman, he must escape the Home Guard and find out where his family has been taken. But the woman has ideas of her own… Set in an alternate history
It’s time again for the monthly round-up/progress report for my #yearofwriting. As usual, I didn’t keep up with the spreadsheet and had to scroll through my Twitter feed for the daily word counts. Along the way, I discovered that some of the daily tweets are no longer on Twitter, making it look like I skipped a few days. You lie,