My Body of Work
Besides my books, I write metal reviews and interviews for Slime & Grime, an online metal magazine. You can find the 'zine by clicking on this link: https://www.slimeandgrimeomaha.com/. For a specific example of my reviews, click HERE to read my comprehensive review of Darkthrone, the influential metal band from Norway.
All of my books are available through various online retailers. You can purchase them directly for download from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords where you can purchase directly or through other retailers like Apple iBooks. At the end of this page, you'll find some reviews of my work.
After their first date, she wakes up with a melody stuck in her head. Lovely at first, it becomes a constant source of frustration and a true menace at times as she struggles to deal with its persistence and the constant tension within her family.
One day, a stranger comes into the cafe where she works and recognizes the song as she hums it. Could it have something to do with Christie Anderson, who's been missing for twenty years, and who just happened to be her mom's best friend?
Can she unravel the bitter threads of her life and solve a mystery before it's too late?
His dad, Butch, has him go through some of his grandparent’s belongings where he comes across the old radio that sat on his grandparent’s three-season porch. He decides to keep the radio and takes it with him to his parent’s cabin. The first night at the cabin, a weak voice emanates from the static within the radio, and thus begins a week that Eric will never forget.
Who does the voice belong to? What does it want? Does it belong to the ghostly woman in white who begins to haunt his dreams and then his reality? What happened amongst the trees of Nawayee Forest? Find out the answers to these questions as well as indulging in the stunning conclusion that will leave you hanging for more.
The Station is waiting for you…