Tuesday, March 17, 2015

INTERIM Teaser #1

Let them be like chaff before the wind . . .





Tuesday, March 10, 2015

INTERIM Cover Reveal

By the time Interim hits the digital shelves, it will have been over a year since I've published. It feels really good to get back out there, and I'm glad it's this story I'm sharing. Jeremy waited a long time, and I'm so happy I finally mustered the courage to tell his story.

WARNING: Interim is a New Adult standalone that contains graphic language and violence, including gun violence. If school shootings are an especially sensitive topic for you, then I urge you to refrain from reading this book.

(Cover by Robin Ludwig)

Release Date:
Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Mature YA/NA Crossover Suspense/Psychological Thriller with a Romance Twist

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~A lot can change in the space between devising a plan and carrying it out. That space is called the INTERIM.~

High school seniors Jeremy Stahl and Regan Walters aren’t friends. Not even close. He’s a picked-on, picked-apart loser outcast. She’s a cool kid running with the popular crowd. It’s unlikely they’d ever speak to one another. Too bad he’s madly in love with her. But what does it matter, anyway? He’s got no time for love. Only revenge.

Meticulously detailed in the pages of his battered red notebook is his master plan: April 14, 9:30 A.M., two guns, eighty rounds of ammo, backup knives, eleven victims. He’s finally ready to answer every single taunt, jeer, and flying fist—unwarranted abuse that’s spanned six years of his lonely life. He’s justified. He’s ready. But he never readied himself for her.

Regan finds his journal. She reads it, and when he discovers her intrusion, he has to switch tactics. She’s a liability now.

Better fix that.


Who was he? What was his purpose? He knew it once. Once, a long time ago, he decided to be a hero. He decided to avenge himself and all the other kids who were helpless against abuse. Once, a long time ago, he learned the difference between justice and mercy. He learned when justice was required. He learned when mercy was allowed. Once, a long time ago, he faced himself in the mirror and saw a stranger—a better boy than he could ever be. A boy with a mission. A boy with convictions. And he reached out to take hold of that boy, through the looking-glass, falling into a wonderland where righteousness ruled supreme and evil was destroyed with the pop pop! of a gun. The world made sense to him. Then.