You may have noticed a few changes happening to the site here.
Actually, I don’t know who I’m kidding. The only visitors to this site appear to be spam bots and the occasional Twitter follower.
But I’ll pretend I have boat loads of fans coming to the site every week and wondering what is happening with me.
And if you are one of those fans then you have noticed a few changes happening here over the past few days.
I am basically stripping the site down to its bare minimum.
The site will now focus solely on my writing and keep all of my adoring fans updated about my books and stories.
Even though I will be keeping all past blog posts live, I will no longer blog here on a regular basis about random things. I will, however, post over at Medium when I think of something I want to write about that has nothing to do with my writing.
You can follow me there if you like.
Stay tuned here for writing updates. I am working on the third Jacob Hunter book as we speak.
Here is the cover for the first Jacob Hunter novel, Extraction…
As I write this I am just weeks away from publishing the first novel in a new series I have been brainstorming for quite some time.
The novel is titled Extraction and it is the first Jacob Hunter novel.
But who is Jacob Hunter?
Jacob Hunter is the person we would have if Jack Reacher investigated The X-Files.
Last week I wrote about my goal for 2017 as a writer and what I plan to do to meet that goal in 2017.
Goals and plans are more important to make than resolutions, but I do have one writer resolution for 2017 and it is this…
View writing as the work that it actually is and do that work.
Back on September 5th I started a blogging streak.
I promised to blog every single day for the rest of the year. That would have come out to a 117 day blogging streak had I kept up with it, but I actually ended up breaking the streak on November 11, ironically enough with a post about fasting from technology.
The streak did not make it to the end of the year like I had planned, but at 68 days long I think it was still a success. Here are a few things I learned from the streak: