It’s been a while since I’ve posted to the blog. My wife and I came down with COVID, so it’s taken a bit to get back to somewhat normal activities. At least I finally feel like my mind is clear enough to write passably (you may think otherwise). Our cases were milder than many we
In Lessons Learned, we discover the less-than-stellar beginnings of our intrepid hero, Flint Stryker. Flint is hardly a role model, as one of our Amazon readers so aptly pointed out, “Flint is not naturally noble, brave, or dedicated – and he really doesn’t see why he should put himself out…” Sad, but true, Flint is
William Shakespeare once said “The evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interrèd with their bones.” That’s a pretty apt assessment of literary evildoers as well as those in the real world. I think most of us could easily call to mind those wicked men and women from our favorite stories.
The newest volume in the Linchpin Trifecta series launches today – Twice Fooled is the second book in the 3-book series and deals with the dramatic backstory of Serafina Ferarri. Don’t let our beautiful, one-eyed heroine fool you with her playful, innuendo-filled exchanges with Flint, she can be scary – very scary. This fast-paced read
We tell stories all the time. It’s an essential skill, but what makes a compelling story? And how can you improve your ability to tell stories that persuade, enlighten, or entertain? Facts and figures and all the rational things that we think are important actually don’t stick in our minds at all. Stories create “sticky”