“So what is your assessment?” asked Al Clark. At the moment, Clark sat at the small conference table in the Governor’s office, next to a window overlooking downtown Charleston. Valerie sat at his right hand. Only a few days had passed since their release from the federal lockup, and she was still unusually quiet., Read More
I’ve set myself a goal of 500 words (minimum) per day between now and the end of the year. Given the employment situation in 2009 (or lack thereof) followed by sale of our house, 4 moves, new career, blah blah blah, it’s been really tough to get myself back into the discipline I used, Read More
Republic finally hit 50 reviews on Amazon.com just the other day. I’m not sure why this feels like a milestone to me, but oddly enough it does. The book’s been out for three years, and seems to be selling better now than it ever has before. This is a good thing. And while not, Read More
Latest chapters of Insurgent are up. You can check it out at The Next Read.
Brigadier General Tom Murphy stood in the sunlight near the helicopter pad on the roof of the Governor’s mansion, chilled by the arctic wind and trying to absorb a little sunlight to offset it. Though his temples had gone grey in the last year, Tom still looked young. His narrow face was clean-shaven, and, Read More