The Other Shore

The Other Shore: Two Stories of Love and Death is now available. It is currently on sale at AmazonSmashwords, and Apple’s iBooks. Update(3/31/16): Now Available at Barnes & Noble.

Book Description: In The Other Shore, Simon’s life isn’t what he hoped it would be. And when he learns that his father is dying, he returns to his hometown for goodbyes. Though he has been estranged from his father since his mother’s untimely death six years ago, Simon rediscovers the power of parental influence. This leads him to some uncomfortable truths he’s spent years avoiding, but also leads him to Laura, who gives him hope for a future less damaged by the past.

In From the Boathouse, John, an aged man suffering from dementia, struggles to keep hold of his most precious memories—particularly how he met his wife—before they all slip away.

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Origami Moonlight

Origami Moonlight is the third installment of my continuing Collected Poems series. In this follow-up to Such Deliberate Loveliness (2007) and Of Wanting and Rain(2011), I’ve tried to use unique, whimsical language to create an impressionistic, labyrinthine landscape of man’s desire.

Currently available at Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble and Apple’s iBooks.

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Double Play

Double Play, my eighth novel, is now available. It is currently on sale at Amazon, Smashwords(download a free copy by using the coupon code NQ78A by 5/18/14), and Apple’s iBooks. Like my other recent titles, it is $1.99.

Book Description: After Brett Lattimore, a hot baseball prospect, and his wife are killed in a car crash, an attorney hires investigator Clay Hart to look into the accident. The attorney believes he’s seen Brett’s wife, Emma, alive and well, since the accident. And, though she may be missing, that doesn’t mean she’s dead. But the sheriff’s department has closed the case and believes the accident, though fatal, was routine.
As Clay tries to figure out what happened that night, he discovers that Emma isn’t the only one who might be hiding something. Brett was mixed up with Ramsey, a notorious local gambler who runs underground card games. And, when Ramsey gets wind that Clay is poking around and asking questions about the accident, he quickly lets Clay know that he should move on to other business.

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Let It Snow

Let it Snow, my seventh novel, was published last October. It is on sale at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple’s iBookstore, Smashwords, and other online retailers of ebooks. Like my other recent titles, it is $1.99.

Book Description: Annie and Eric are hosting a dinner party. Annie is edgy, having spent days obsessing over the fact that her old lover, Max, is in town for the holidays. And when Eric tells her he’s invited Max, who’s also Eric’s brother, Annie is mortified. It’s been years since she’s seen Max, and their relationship had a peculiar end that left Annie feeling jilted.

Meanwhile, the dinner party was originally planned to fix up their friends Michael and Holly. Michael has been pining after Holly, but she has been emotionally unavailable. Holly’s husband died years ago, and, though she’s fond of Michael, she’s unsure she’ll ever love again. Annie and Eric hoped getting them together over dinner, among friends, might help Holly warm to Michael. But when Holly arrives with a date, Michael’s feeling humiliated, and Eric and Annie are wondering if their party is doomed before it even begins.

Twitter Length Description: One dinner party. Two love triangles. What could go wrong?

 

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