Discover some new-to-you SFF indie authors

I'm taking part in a deliciously huge mainstream SciFi/Fantasy giveaway. Come browse the ginormous selection and discover some new-to-you indie authors.

We offer these books in exchange for your newsletter subscription—it's a big win/win! And my current subscribers are always welcome to partake in my freebies. I'm currently giving away The Persistence of Memory, Mnevermind Trilogy Book 1.

Giveaway ends December 18, 2016
channeling morpheus, Payback

A Free Halloween Vampire Short

If you haven't read the Channeling Morpheus short Heaven Sent (or you want to re-read it) you can grab it from instafreebie!

And if you haven't read the series yet, it's a steamy little sample of more filty antics to come.

Free through 11/6. Tell your friends!!!

Peeling wallpaper, sagging floors, flaking plaster and a twin sized bed. What more could a vampire want in a love nest?
Take a taste of the gritty vampire series Channeling Morpheus in this filthy, sexy short. The novelette-length Channeling Morpheus stories are gory, unflinching, and packed with freaky sex.
Michael is a waif in eyeliner who's determined to wipe vampires off the face of the earth. Wild Bill's got his eye on Michael, and he's willing to do anything to go home with him. If you look forward to Halloween movie marathons all year long, if you've got a soft spot for fake fog and black lights, then strap in and join Michael and Wild Bill as long stretches of lonely Midwestern highways unfurl beneath the balding tires of their rusted van.

Woo hoo, PsyCop Briefs paperback is on schedule

What a relief, the paperback files have been submitted to the printer and the PsyCop Briefs paperback is on schedule. (Might even hit the shelves a little sooner than the ebook at this rate.)

Here's the ebook preorder on Amazon for summary, list of contents and so on. Also, I get a kick out of the fact that when I search PsyCop Briefs on amazon, it shows me a bunch of underpants.

Ebook release date is October 11. Audio scheduling is in the works. Yay!


Feed yo' face! With bananas.

I'm on a banana kick lately. I was visiting Dev Bentham and had one in the car with me, and it was all overripe and kind of gross, and she suggested I freeze it and eat it that way. So I did. And it was interesting! Actually, she told me it was like eating ice cream, and while I wouldn't go that far, I'd allow that it does taste like some weird natural ice cream substitute bar from the health food store. And it's cheap!

Peel them, stick them on a plate and freeze them. Once they're frozen I put them in a baggie. Less messy to eat sliced up. But sometimes I just gnaw on the whole frozen thing like a caveman...with a freezer...and access to bananas.

I took on a new responsibility teaching a water aerobics class, and it kind of kicks my ass (not gonna lie.) While I realize the amount of potassium in a banana is kind of overrated*, according to this article, they're better for you post-workout than Gatorade.

*legumes, baked potatoes and leafy greens are better sources

Mr. Perfect would not approve

Recently I became a Historical Society member. I was a bit baffled when I finally received my membership materials, because whoever did the data entry on their end made not one, not two, but three mistakes in my address. I’m actually shocked it ended up in my mailbox. Read the rest of this month's JCP News, and get a progress report on my writerly goings on, too!

Hear Victor Bayne take on the FPMP

Vic and Jacob go to great lengths to maintain a harmonious home. While the cannery is huge, it’s grown difficult to avoid the elephant in the room…the elephant with the letters FPMPscrawled on its hide.

12 hours of thrills and chills—another riveting performance by the voice of Vic, Gomez Pugh.

Buy At Amazon
Also available at Audible, coming soon to iTunes

What Listeners are Saying

"One of the things that I find very interesting is the author's choice of narrator. Specifically, I think Gomez Pugh has captured Vic's and Jacob's personalities perfectly. He also does a great job with the secondary characters." - Denise

"As Denise said, he has captured Vic and Jacob perfectly, but he also has captured Chicago, the pace and personality of the city comes through. His voices are distinct and they bring the characters to life in a way that reading alone doesn't always." - Allison

"Now whenever I reread my favorite JCP books, I automatically 'hear' Gomez Pugh. He is the perfect combination of masculine and snark, with perfection in suspense and dry humor. Immaculate timing in his vocal resonance." - Sherry

"I love the voices that Gomez uses for all his characters..they fit so well." - Lee