Friday, April 26, 2013

The Science Professor's Ghost

Nigel Pritchett was the first murder victim in Throckmorton since 1934. When Margo Monroe gets a message from him on the day of his funeral, she is concerned but not terribly surprised--she's a professional ghost hunter, and her boss was the late professor's oldest friend. While Margo and her team set out to find out what happened to Professor Pritchett, they also find time to help a precocious fifth grader named Chester, who claims his school is haunted.
 Margo soon finds herself embroiled in more than she bargained for. Her job is to find out what happened to the late professor, before she ends up as a ghost herself. 
 The Science Professor's Ghost is now available! You can find it at Smashwords in a variety of formats, and on Amazon for Kindle. Print version will be available soon.

Special thanks to Dan Crider for the cool music!

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Well, here it is April already and I see that my last post was about Christmas. It's been for a good cause, I promise. The last draft of my next book is almost ready. OK, so I'm 6 months late, but better late than never is what I say. Stay tuned--it's going to be a good one.

In the meantime, here's a link to an interesting article I found. It expounds on what I said in some earlier posts (here, here, & here), about how writers and other creative types are no longer at the mercy of someone else. A fellow named Michael Alford addresses this very issue in his post "The Gatekeepers are Gone". A very interesting read.