‘The Last Stop’ Free on Kindle!

For the next few days my paranormal thriller short story, The Last Stop, is free on Kindle. Nick Cole, author of CTRL ALT Revolt! and coauthor of the bestselling Galaxy’s Edge series, calls it “A perfect 30 minute Twilight Zone read for your next commute on a subway. Or your last…”

Six strangers find themselves on a subway train that seems to have no destination. Defying logic and reason, this train has no beginning and no end. These six strangers will find themselves pushed to the limits, overcoming fear and suspicion of their fellow passengers as they attempt to explain the unexplainable circumstances of being trapped on an endless train while trying to find a way off before it’s too late. It’s a train ride they’ll never forget, if they survive.

The Last Stop is free through May 25.


I Really Like This Book Cover Design

As I work towards finishing my own novel, I have to say I can’t help thinking about details I shouldn’t be concerned with, particularly the book cover.

Anticipating that I will likely self-publish my novel, all creative designs will be in my court. So, I guess thinking about such things is okay, if it doesn’t distract me from writing. Still, I like to keep note of covers that I like, and this is one of them:


I won’t give serious thought into my own novel’s until I’m done—or near done—but I think keeping in mind how to portray your own novel in a single image is a legitimate part of the creative writing process.