I've gotten a few communications on my annual appearance at the Natchitoches/NSU Folklife Festival and whether I will have any new books there and I thought I'd do a short post. We have an anthology we have put together of some older (pre-1920s) pieces concerning Louisiana as well as the poems from the collection I'm […]

I noticed a couple of weeks ago that Amazon seems to have, once again, removed a number of reviews even though I don't use paid reviewers for my products and so I'd ask anyone who has read any of my books to take a minute, if it isn't too much trouble, and head on over […]

First, writers are readers. Even though this is my author blog, anyone who tells you they are a writer but doesn't have time to read, will never be a good writer. In order to get better you have to learn and the best way to learn is by reading what other writers have done. That […]

I have two series of books that I write. Well, since you have to have more than one book connected together to have a series I actually have one series and the aspirations (and a half written follow up) for a second. The first series is the Junebug series based around the protagonist Junebug Walker. If […]

  We've uploaded the final draft of Second Chance to Amazon and it is now available on Kindle! The print version is available through this website and through third party vendors on Amazon but for some reason the regular print version isn't showing there yet. We were "officially" releasing the book this weekend at our […]

I had a reader ask about this the other day and recommend that I keep updating the posts to let people know how the work was coming. The novel about Louisiana is progressing in spurts, still on track to be finished and in print in time for the Natchitoches NSU Folk Festival in July.  I […]

5.0 out of 5 stars Felt Like a Kid Again July 16, 2012 By Evergreen If you like books that can take you back to a simpler place and time, read this one. Sweet and endearing, this book is very enjoyable, with well drawn characters and a few twists and turns. I read this on […]