It's official! My novel, SERIAL QUILLER, a psychological thriller, has gone live on Amazon Kindle. [linked in right column]
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Moved by the success of her debut novel, twenty-six-year-old BJ Donovan of New Orleans, Louisiana, can't handle the thoughts of being a one-hit wonder and never feeling special ever again. Using her position as the executive chef and owner of a popular restaurant in the French Quarter to blend in with the community, she embarks on a killing spree, with the aid of voodoo magic, and uses details of the murders to help sustain her best-seller status with a planned thriller series.
While the body count rises—from her brother's girlfriend, found mutilated at an abandoned farmhouse, to an undercover cop murdered in a dark alley on the riverside—BJ tries to remain above suspicion as she continues to write the wrongs in her world.
SERIAL QUILLER is the first in the Bad Mojo series.
 The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari  The Old Dark House  The Seventh Victim  War of the Worlds  Psycho  The Exorcist  Texas Chainsaw Massacre  Jaws  Halloween // Dawn of the Dead  Alien // The Brood // Salem's Lot  Gates of Hell // The Changeling  The Thing
 Nightmare on Elm Street  Pet Sematary  The Silence of the Lambs  Ju-on  Session 9  Mothman Prophecies // 28 Days Later // The Ring  Janghwa, Hongryeon (A Tale of Two Sisters)  Saw  The Descent // Wolf Creek  Hostel // Pan's Labyrinth  Rec  Shutter // The Eye  Book of Blood // The Grudge 3 // Trick 'r Treat  Let Me In // My Soul To Take
IT by Stephen King KOKO by Peter Straub GHOSTS by Noel Hynd THE RATS by James Herbert DARK GODS by T.E.D. Klein GHOST STORY by Peter Straub THE TRICKSTER by Muriel Gray SONG OF KALI by Dan Simmons HELL HOUSE by Richard Matheson BLACK ANGEL by Graham Masterton BY REASON OF INSANITY by Shane Stevens
THE NIGHT OF THE RIPPER by Robert Bloch THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE by Shirley Jackson THE WOMAN IN BLACK: A Ghost Story by Susan Hill
This is my favorite time of the year. Autumn leaves are much more colorful than spring flowers. Gone are the heat, haze and humidity of a long, hot summer. The days are fair and fresh, and I can see clearly, now.
The ordinary life is not for me. Knowing I am about to embark on another adventure makes me very happy.
Ebooks have provided an opportunity for new writers to get their own books in the marketplace without depending on someone else to do it for them.
In the next few days, I'll have a book on Amazon Kindle. I can keep my title and my rights. Have full control of the cover art. And, I don't have to wait an additional year and a half for the book to become available.
I need to replace my photo in the right column. After a lifetime of blonde hair, I changed it to auburn [reddish-brown]. I really like the new 'fall' look.
Wallander has arrived. PBS Masterpiece Mystery - http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/masterpiece/wallander/index.html