Coming Soon…

I found the perfect sign for me.

There are a couple of White Creek related projects in the works with the publisher at the moment. These will close the current storyline for Frank Hill and the town while opening up a new terrifying chapter in White Creek’s history. I’m not sure of the timetable yet, but I’ll be sure to let you know.

The rumor is there is also a sequel project related to Disquieted in the pipeline. I can neither confirm or deny any talk of VHS tapes and horror movies…

Dying Days: Zealot is resting for a minute. The first draft is complete, but I’ll be beginning the second one soon. I hope to have it out by Christmas. After that, I only have one more story to tell in that world before I close it out and tell Nora and the gang goodbye. One thing’s for sure, it’ll be bloody in the end.

The outline and story beats are finished for Southern Devils 3. Once again, this will end the trilogy and bring the story to a close. There are some ways it can continue in other forms, however. I did leave myself some wiggle room to come back to it if I choose. This trilogy is my goodbye to a friend and his swan song. I hope to give him the epic story ending he deserves.

The list of things I want to write is pretty long. This is why I’ve decided to end all the on-going series work, except for Death Inc. I have more mainstream single book ideas I want to explore.

You awesome readers have hung in there so far, and I thank you for all the support. Besides what I mentioned, there are some other projects lurking that I’m very excited about. Some of these things include my first film appearance. Things are looking up, indeed. Now we need cons to hang out with each other again.

Well, I’m out to work on things. You all have a good day and stay safe.


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