I’m giving away 100 Kindle copies of my bestselling police novel, Ana Rocha: Shadows of Justice, on Goodreads! If you’d like to enter for a chance to win, just click below!
We’re less than two months out from the release of The Heart of Aleppo: A Story of the Syrian Civil War, and more early reviews are coming in. I saw a review today that was written by Lael Bradley. I am thrilled that she connected with the book in the way that I hope all readers will. You can read the full review HERE, but I have added an excerpt from the review below: Continue reading “Great Early Review for THE HEART OF ALEPPO: A STORY OF THE SYRIAN CIVIL WAR”
Hello friends! In lieu of the normal Wednesday post, today I am honored to share a guest post by a fantastic author, Julie Tetel Andreson. She shares how visual arts have influenced her writing career. It’s a great read and I encourage you to check it out! A link to Julie’s website is at the end of the article. Continue reading “Guest Post: How Visual Art Has Informed My Writing Career”
I was sent this great review for my new police/crime thriller, Ana Rocha: Shadows of Justice. Below is my favorite part of the review: Continue reading “Great Review for “Ana Rocha””
I hope you are well. A reviewer recently sent me an awesome 5-Star review for my award-winning historical/inspirational novel, Memories Of My Future! You can read the full review on the reviewer’s blog HERE.
This is my favorite part from the review: Continue reading “Awesome 5 Star Review for Memories Of My Future”
I am excited to announce that my newest novel, Ana Rocha: Shadows of Justice, is now available as an ebook and in print! This is a police/crime novel set in Houston in 1999. It is co-written by my good friend, Glenda, who has over 20 years of experience in law enforcement around the Greater Houston Area, including experience as a narcotics investigator and special investigative unit agent. The novel follows a young Hispanic woman (Ana Rocha) as she begins her career as a narcotics investigator and soon faces off against some of Houston’s biggest criminals. Although a work of fiction, the novel is inspired by some of Glenda’s cases. You can read more about the book HERE!
Continue reading “New Police Novel Set in Houston and Co-Written by Houston Detective”
I hope you are doing well. I recently published one of my poems on YouTube this past weekend! The name of the poem is “A Nomad’s Muse”. It is about The Syrian Civil war from the perspective of a refugee (it was published in India last December). So far, it’s received some great feedback. Please feel free to give it a listen and let me know how you like it!