TRAIN – A Novel

Hey Everyone!

I’ve got something fun for you to check out. It’s my new serial novel titled Train. What is Train? Well…

We all travel. We all get to where we are going in some way. Train is a novel that covers the outbreak of the zombie virus cars on a subway train, The Broadway Express and the surrounding subway station.  They are intended only as snippets of conversation and going’s on at the time of the outbreak. The virus continues to spread, but these are its first moments, its first people. They are the ones who made the world what it is now.

This is a record of that moment in time.

They are not intended to be whole, but you will see only a moment. How it spreads like a snake under the tunnels of the city. Train is a novel that will be composed ongoing, serial chapters, or episodes. I’m not sure how long the novel will be, but there are a lot of people on a subway train.

I have no idea where the story will go, but there will be a new chapter every second day until it’s done. It will be one heck of a ride.

I hope you’ll hop on board.

You can check out TRAIN in all its glory here:

Think of Train as a novel composed of flash fiction. Eventually it will be available as an eBook and possibly a paperback, but will be delivered serially for now. The first two chapters are up already!

In the Dead of Night – Cover and Blurb Reveal!

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I thought I would share this with you all. It’s the cover for my upcoming release from Breathless Press. It’s a zombie/apocalypse romance titled In the Dead of Night.

As a bit of a teaser, here’s the blurb to the book. I’ll let you all know more as I go through edits and am closer to a publication date, but for now, here’s what In the Dead of Night is about:

Ikarus remembers nothing. 

One moment there was darkness and the next, there was light. However, Ikarus Kane remembered nothing of what came before. 

The world he knew is gone. Waking from a coma, he finds the world as he knew it greatly changed. It is now infested with the living dead. Ikarus has one choice: find shelter and hide or risk becoming one of them. 

He finds shelter in an abandoned bed and breakfast. But there is someone there already. Mikhail Jones is a man who has survived more than just the zombie apocalypse. There is something about him that sets Ikarus’ body on fire and, despite knowing him only moments, he wants Mikahil desperately. 

Ikarus is more powerful than he knows, however. Ikarus and Mikhail become entangled in a fight for survival where only they can save the world; only they don’t know it yet. They are part of an ancient prophecy that has been set in motion. 

When they find a woman named Ruthe in one of the bedrooms upstairs, with no memory of how she got there, things are only beginning to get interesting. 

In a desperate race to find answers, Ikarus and Mikhail cling to the only thing that feels right: each other. 

They will need the love that blooms between them if they are all to survive the night…


New Poem – A Casual Vacancy

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Make sure to check out my new poem titled A Casual Vacancy up on Wattpad. It’s the next in my serial poetry collection Talking Poems!


New Poem – Bee Snippets


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Head on over to my serial poetry collection, Talking Poems, to read the newest entry. It’s a poem called Bee Snippets and is about the conversation we hear around us.




Three New Books Published!

I have three new books out! I know! Isn’t that CRAZY?

I’m super thrilled that Books We Love has put out a Jamieson Wolf Special Edition! How cool is that? A Special Edition eBook! The Jamieson Wolf Special Edition contains Hope Falls, The Raven’s Curse and Witchcraft and Anchovies. Even better, you get three novels for the price of two!

You can find here:

These are three of my favourite novels that I’ve written and to have them all together in one publication is just beyond awesome. I really hope you enjoy them!

I’ve also been fortunate enough to have the first two books in the Electric Trilogy published by Books We Love!

I’m so thrilled about these releases and can’t wait to share the trilogy with you. You can get your copy of Electric Pink here:

And you can get your copy of Electric Blue here:

But what is the Electric Trilogy all about? Well, here’s a bit about Electric Pink:

David Chandler wants to settle down after a life on the road and write the great novel that he knows in inside him. He wants a life of quiet. However, things don’t always go as planned…

Living downstairs from him is a witch named Karma, his best friend Poppy announces she’s a lesbian, his mother Honey has met a new man and has left his father and his boyfriend Jethro has turned dark and broody. 

When disaster strikes, ending Jethro’s life, David thinks that he will finally get the quiet he is looking for. However, when Jethro comes back from the dead and his mother moves into a house haunted by a malicious spirit, things really begin to get interesting. 

We are all electric pink inside…

And here’s a bit about Electric Blue:

Poppy Stone is restless. Working at an art gallery and barley able to make ends meet, she is growing tired of life. She knows that there is something out there for her, something more.

She begins to search for the father that she never knew and tries to reform a relationship with her estranged mother. As she searches for her father, she learns a secret about her past that could shatter her world as she knows it.

As she confronts her past, all her friends will be at her side. David, Orlando, Honey, Jose, Karma, Jason, Star, Alicia, Moe; the gangs all here. Poppy will need all the help she can get. When she learns the secrets within her past, they could be her


So how cool is that? The finale to the Electric Trilogy will be coming early next year! I can’t wait for all for you to delve in and enjoy this trilogy. I had such a great time

You can get the Jamieson Wolf Special Edition here:

You can get Electric Pink here:

And you can get your copy of Electric Blue here:

I do hope you enjoy the books. Remember, we are ell electric inside…

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