Tag: werewolf saga

  • More Werewolves?

    Since my oldest daughter moved back home and I moved from the office I’d made in her room to my original space in this house, I’ve had a stack of old milk cartons beside my desk. On the top of that stack is a manuscript that has been called Bold Bounty since it was first written […]

  • Catching Up

    It’s been a long time since I posted anything here. Not much has happened that is newsworthy, really. The biggest thing is that Amara’s Prayer has finally been released. I got my contributor copies a few days ago. It looks amazing. I’m pretty nervous about the reception it’ll receive, it being my first full-length novel without […]

  • Nadia’s Children finally released!

    When the first edition of Ulrik was published in the summer of 2008 I never would have guessed it would be a five-year wait until the next volume of The Werewolf Saga was released. After all, Ulrik ended on something of a cliffhanger and I began writing the next volume almost immediately. Alas, the trouble with […]

  • Another Gift of Lycanthropy

    As Nadia’s Children, the latest novel in The Werewolf Saga, nears release I’d like to give you, readers, the Gift of Lycanthropy to get you ready for this latest installment. To do that, I’m offering the Kindle e-book editions of both Shara and Ulrik absolutely free today and Monday.* Remember, this is the MoonHowler Press edition of each, which […]

  • Revising Shara

    When this head cold hasn’t made me too fuzzy to think straight I’ve been working on the new revision of Shara. The final revision ever. I think. Anyway, the recovered chapters are sure bringing back a lot of memories of the days when I wrote the first draft. Just the formatting reminds me of how new […]

  • Final Word on Scrybe Press

    This will be the last time I talk about the entity that was Scrybe Press in any way other than to categorize my books as “the old Scrybe Press editions.” After my earlier public complaints, I’d just like to say that my issues with the company and its owner have been resolved. I won’t go […]

  • Werewolf Saga in Audio

    I’m thrilled to announce that the first three books of The Werewolf Saga will be released in audio format by the end of 2012. Each volume is currently in production right now and will be available for download through Amazon.com, the iTunes Store, and Audible.com. Murdered by Human Wolves will likely be ready for release […]

  • Werewolves have new den

    Yesterday on Oklahoma Live, broadcast by KSBI TV, I announced who will take on publication of The Werewolf Saga. I’m very proud to say that the Saga’s new home is with Graveside Tales, and I’d like to thank Dale Murphy for adding my books to his excellent line-up. Some details are still being firmed up, […]

  • News on 3 fronts

    I finally have some new publication news. I guess I’ll list it chronologically, beginning with the one coming first. Little Graveyard on the Prairie will be available by May 31 as an audiobook, narrated by Ted Brooks, published through Audible.com’s ACX program. This will be my first audiobook, which would be exciting enough since I’ve […]

  • Audible.com’s ACX program

    I became hooked on audio books a few years ago because there just isn’t enough time in the day to read everything I want to read. There is, however, a lot of time spent doing pretty mindless, mechanical tasks, like mowing the lawn, washing dishes, driving, etc. That’s when I first signed up with Audible.com. […]