My latest nonfiction book for The History Press, “Murder & Mayhem in Tucson,” was featured this morning in The Arizona Daily Star for a story on southern Arizona authors. Thank you to them and writer Helene Woodhams for the mention! Read the article here and get your hands on Murder & Mayhem in Tucson here!
My fifth nonfiction book, “Murder & Mayhem in Tucson,” will be available everywhere Monday, Sept. 27, 2021. Punk Noir Magazine had a few nice words to say about the new book, which features tales of death and destruction of Tucson, Arizona, and the surrounding area. Read their review here! Copies for the book can beContinue reading “Murder and Mayhem in Tucson reviewed in Punk Noir”
I’m pleased to announce that “Murder & Mayhem in Tucson,” my fifth book for Arcadia Publishing and second with The History Press is now available for preorder. Just click here for Amazon preorder information. Click here for Barnes and Noble preorder! And check out the beautiful front and back cover design. I was stoked whenContinue reading “Cover Reveal – Murder & Mayhem in Tucson”
Just in time for the Halloween season, my latest nonfiction book “Murder & Mayhem in Tucson” will hit shelves on Monday, Sept. 27, 2021. This book, slightly delayed thanks to a certain pandemic, comes from The History Press, publishers of my 2019 book “Haunted Monterey County.” Murder and Mayhem Tucson features an awesome introduction byContinue reading “Coming Sept. 27th, Murder and Mayhem in Tucson”
It’s a common trope in today’s horror genre to feature the more frightening aspects of religion, particularly when it comes to nuns and exorcisms, as a means to explore our fears. Across the world, there are hordes of legends of religious spirits, including that of the “Faceless Nun.” While largely an urban legend, sightings ofContinue reading “Faceless Nun legends”
The carriage moved quickly through the cobbled streets, but slowed to a creaking crawl when it entered Phoenix. Bridges swooped over the apex of the double-decker carriage once in the city limits, coming close to breaking the stove top pipe belching steam at its highest point. Those crossing the bridge when the large vehicle passed below recounted theContinue reading “A Steampunk Pardon”
How the drive from Monterey to Cottonwood and back again might go for you There was a beat up pickup truck, larger than average, with a flatbed area surrounded by wooden fencing made of paint chips and splinters. The bed was full of sheep. They were pressed against the wood, but not making a sound.Continue reading “A road trip gauged on karate chopping”
The road map of my life I’m told it began in California and from my earliest memory that’s been the case. Happiness blossomed for me in California. I liked everything as a child and I quickly became a pop culture fanatic, devouring everything from the Six-Million-Dollar Man to standing in line for the 1989 premierContinue reading “From a Big Sur writing retreat Part VII”