A new adventure of graveyards, weaponized zombies, curanderos, brujos, the first-ever Zombie Dog Squad, tropical storms, missing heads, and of course, Murder... Zombie Dog is out now on Kindle and paperback. I am so excited to be able to present to you my latest book, Zombie Dog. I also have an interesting little story to... Continue Reading →
It is finally late September, and while the leaves haven’t changed color and the weather in Houston is still somewhere between cow’s butt and wet blanket, fall is around the corner. And with fall comes my favorite month, October. I’m a nut for Halloween. I don’t know about y’all, but October has always been a... Continue Reading →
Zombie Dog is available NOW for pre-order. Get it now so that you have it as soon as it releases on October 13. Below is the cover in all its glory. I love it. There are two things I want you to know about this book. First, Angie and Murder are going to have... Continue Reading →
Dead Dog, the sequel to Cadaver Dog, is available for pre-order. In this story, Angie Graves has moved to Houston after her house burned down in Colorado. She has come to Houston to join the Harris County Wasp Control to search for zombies. (Houston is the epicenter of the zombie breakout.) But Angie is having... Continue Reading →
Dominion was a dream come true for me. It was the first book I ever published with Severed Press. You can read more about it on the book's page here...
Kaijunaut asks the question, "If astronauts landed on a planet with kaiju, how would they survive?" I took as much experience from my NASA friends as I could. While it's a futuristic scifi, I wanted to make it feel as real-world as possible. The books is available on Amazon here: US: http://amzn.to/2ovR3Uf UK: http://amzn.to/2q6PpZm You... Continue Reading →
Cadaver Dog is part memoir, part dog fiction. I wanted to take my life as a human remains dog handler and talk about some of the experiences I had, but I also wanted to give a story about a dog handler. I felt that too often, dog books were either memoirs or they were "Old... Continue Reading →
Last year I posted to my Facebook page a list of the highest-rated books (based on my Goodreads reviews ) I had read that year. I thought about postign my 2014 list this year, then I decided not to. Why do same old, same old? Besides, I didn't just have a good year by Goodreads accounts. I... Continue Reading →