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Another Zombie Excerpt

The doors slid open as I reached them and I took stock of what I was up against. There were several people in an elevator trying to get out of the hospital, but they were blocked by over a dozen … Continue reading

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Sureshot Excerpt: Durbar meets the archery captain

“Well, here we are,” declared Karr at last. “Let me introduce you to the captain of my archers.” Karr led him toward one of the men who was shooting. He was tall and had massive arms. His hair was short … Continue reading

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Title Vote:

Help me with a Title! So far I’m thinking: The Sureshot (like the old title) The Sureshot is Born The Sureshot Rises Rise of the Sureshot Working title for book 2 is “Sureshot the Assassin” and for book 3 is … Continue reading

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Finished! 

I finished the rewrite of The Sureshot. I’m very proud and very satisfied with the story. It is a little longer but a bit more compelling! Can’t wait for you all to read it!  One last task; final edit. I’m … Continue reading

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Sureshot Excerpt: Training

I drew very literally from my own basic training experience to write the pages about Durbar’s training. They are some of my favorite scenes. The next morning came quickly for Durbar. He was up with the sun, but noticed little … Continue reading

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The Sureshot: Excerpt

Another dream developed as Durbar slumbered. It was not unlike the one he experienced only weeks earlier. This time the image of the arena was clear to him. It was the very place in Harmon where they held melee competitions … Continue reading

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Alcohol in Writing

More than ten years ago when The Sureshot was first published there was one main issue the editors had with my story; alcohol. They didn’t catch a hundred spelling and grammar errors, they weren’t interested in improving the story arch, … Continue reading

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