It's now available on KU for a limited 90 day run. I won't leave any book on KU but I will put them up for 90 days so you can read them free. If you want to keep them, you will have to buy. Still working on moving the media over to the new blog. … Continue reading News for Present Uncertain
When the bells chimed for reveille, Callon had just sealed the envelopes. Bells. He missed the trumpet and the yelling. Tucking the envelopes in the drawer, he grabbed a quick shower and put on his uniform before heading for coffee. Oh, Gods. Frosty and his friends. And Callon hadn’t had his first cup of coffee. … Continue reading Present Uncertain Excerpt: Frosty
One ticking bomb, one Solis Elf and a very drunk young Marine named Kev. Slamming open the door, he saw Kev slumped to the side. “Marine!” Damn it, he was unconscious. Swearing he was going to make the men do worse than Gunny had made them do for longer, he yanked the kid up on … Continue reading Bomb, Elf and a Drunk Marine.
“Get up. Your ride’s here.” The Petty Officer hit the bars with his nightstick. The men sprawled on the racks didn’t move. “It’s about time, Sarge.” One swung himself upright and froze. “Gunny. I mean Gunnery Sergeant, I… We…” As the Petty Officer unlocked the door, the others shot to their feet. “Out here now!” … Continue reading Present Uncertain excerpt The Brig
Delay on Present Uncertain release date. Now Aug. 10th.
There is nothing more exciting when you haven't finished your first cup of coffee than finding out that Goodreads, AGAIN, stuffed your newest book under someone else's profile. It's starting to look like every damn time I publish a book, they are going to stuff me under some other poor bloke who would NEVER think … Continue reading Goodreads screwed the pooch again… sigh.
What happens when Society tells you that you are something different from what you are? And what you want to be isn't what you are supposed to be? Could anyone love you for who you really are? Throw in bombs, Platoons, and other's demands of what you want to be and it gets... well... complicated. … Continue reading Present Uncertain: Available for Preorder