This just in! Check out this five star review from San Francisco Book Review: “Even in a city overrun with supernatural creatures, Edge is special. While elves, demons, vampires, were-whatevers and the Fae are a dime a dozen, Edge is the only Djinn in New York City…read more.” Thanks to Jordan Binkerd for an awesome review 🙂
One of the best parts of being a fantasy author is meeting other fantasy authors. We share the same love of myth, legends and fairy tales, so it’s not surprising that we often end up reading each other’s books. Which is why I get excited about reviews that come in from my favorite fantasy authors. Here’s
Wondering what I’ve been up to lately? Head on over to my interview with fellow YA author, Kelly Charron to read about my thoughts on writing, advice to new writers and what I’ve learned about publishing. While you’re there, check out her Books page. Kelly has some exciting projects in the works.
It’s been 37 years since a gang called the Warriors first hit the streets of New York in the 1979 cult classic movie, The Warriors. I’ve been a fan of the movie, since I first saw it in the mid 80’s. The story about how they fought their way back through enemy territory to their home turf
After filming the footage for my MAGIC BREW book trailer last week, we took some stills of Edge. The handsome and brilliant actor who’s playing Edge in the trailer also happens to be my son, Tyler. Casting him for Edge was a no brainer, since I actually created Edge with Tyler in mind. About 10 years ago, I started writing