Charlie Dragon and Goals

Good morning. How is everyone today? I’m taking a vacation day and working on I Need a Hero, book two in the Riven City series I’m publishing on Kindle Vella.

My goal for September is to finish up I Need a Hero so that in October (my favorite month) I can write and publish Drop Them Bones, the first holiday special in the series. It revolves around a recently renovated hotel, a masquerade ball, some supernatural happenings, and a firefighter and his girlfriend trying to survive the night.

I’m still loving Vella. I can share so many more stories with you all there. I am planning to publish Deceit, book two in the Traitors War series, in either October or November, too, alongside my Riven City books.

I also got a new writing friend, Charlie Dragon. He came from Menards, and though a bit pretentious, I’m enjoying him. He does like to offer suggestions for my book, which isn’t always appreciated, and he asks a lot of questions, some of which I don’t know the answers, because I don’t outline or plot out my books. At least, not in any great detail.

Have a wonderful day, friends. And if you want to read Drop Them Bones in October, I would suggest reading the first two books in the series, Got a Bad Case and I Need a Hero, first.

Meet Charlie Dragon, my new writing companion and mascot.

The Haunting HourĀ 

Happy Halloween! How has your day been? If you’re here in West Michigan, you’re probably stalking your weather apps to see how bad it will be while trick or treating tonight. Me? My two kids are too old for that now, so we’ll be home, watching the Flash on the CW and waiting to pass out candy.

While I know Halloween has fallen from favor with some groups, I have always enjoyed it. I work in a library, and this morning I was honestly hoping for a little haunted house action. Sigh. I got nothing, save the normal creepy sounds eminating from our roof. But it’s still a fun day.

So here’s wishing you a happy haunted night, full of candy and maybe a little mayhem.