Welcome, I hope you will enjoy the visit to my realm of writing. A trip for me which starts with words but ends with a story to be told. Hopefully those pages containing my thoughts and inspiration will allow the reader to visit places they have not thought of or visited. That is the task of a writer. To invite the reader into their domain to understand characters, plots and solutions. It is my desire, to make the journey exciting and worthwhile. It is the job of the reader to allow the writer the time to bring them along a path to that of understanding and conclusion. If both have done their best with this quest then no one has failed.
My newest novel "Soft Target" was released on May 17th, 2014 by Black Opal Books which involves an Islamic Terrorist take over of an American middle school. The last novel "Hunted", a police thriller, was released by Black Opal Books on May 18th, 2013 and a short fictional story, Wings of Change, was published by Black Opal Books in an anthology released in December of 2013. All are available through Amazon.con, B.O.B., and other fine retailers.
Black Opal Books purchased my third novel - 'Operation Scorpion' in November of 2015 and we are working on a release date which is still unknown at this time. As the date is made clearer we will inform readers.
In May of this year my short story - 'Wings of Doubt' was published by Foliate Oak Literary Magazine - please visit their website at http://www.foliateoak.com/.
Please tune into WANB radio for an interview the author had with Doug Wilson - great discussion and fun times - even about a novel 'Soft Target' which is anything but fun - a good read though!
Thank you for visiting.
Russia had learned the hard way the extremes these fanatics would go to. . . Ten years ago, Captain Yuri Shakirov stood in horror as young children were butchered by a hail of bullets from a group of Islamic extremists. As blood spattered the walls of this small Beslan school, Yuri's greatest fear was that this tragedy would someday be repeated. Now America would encounter these same crazed murderers . . .
What would be the outcome?