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20% SALE on CCH Swag on today!

I will rarely pitch my CCH merchandise like this, but Redbubble has a SALE today; 20% off EVERYTHING!

The code at checkout is TWENTY20

Link is here!

I have little control over pricing the merchandise, as my profit margin is already slim, so when the vendor runs a good sale, I feel like I should mention it to possible save people money. Redbubble runs these 20% sales from time to time, but they pop up with short notice, and it’s hard to spread the word.


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Guess the Achievement! (small spoiler)

One of the Achievements in Community College Hero 2 is called “Sometimes you need a Quickie.” It’s worth 25 points.

Who wants to guess what your character might have to do in order to earn this achievement?  Keep it clean(ish) and comment below!

*For non-beta testers only!  You awesome beta testers already know the answer. 



Progress on Talon City

I’m over 10,000 words into my draft of Talon City, a fantasy legal thriller that represents my first stab at a traditional novel.

My elevator pitch is, “Think John Grisham meets the Jungle Book meets the Purge!”

To stay on track for self-publication by the end of 2018, I need to keep on schedule:

  • Finish first draft by April 30th. I will need to write about 1,000 words per day. Also watch online webinar program I purchased with specifics of self-publishing.
  • Spend May revising.
  • Get a structural edit in June – an editor can tell me what works and what doesn’t.
  • Revise again in July-August. Also start working on getting cover art/graphic artist.
  • September – solicit feedback from trusted beta readers.
  • October – get a copy edit and finalize cover art.
  • November – either hire a format person or do the formatting myself.
  • Late November or early December: Self-publish!

If I can help anyone learn the ropes of self-publishing, I would be happy to do that! Look for more updates as I educate myself about the process.


Get the FREE Short Story, A Very Stoic Christmas

Before you pick up Community College Hero 2: Knowledge is Power (set to be published in the first half of 2018), catch up with Stoic on a winter evening taking place between the events of Community College Hero and Community College Hero 2. 

This 3,000-word traditional short story follows Stoic around the city of Speck, Nebraska, after her classmates have all left for Winter Break. Find out what dramatic event happens this night that leads Stoic to make a critical decision about her future.

To get this FREE short story, sign up for my NEW Reader Appreciation Group by clicking HERE.




(Spoiler!) Artwork of a New Villain for Community College Hero 2!

In spring 2016, as I was working on the draft of Community College Hero 2: Knowledge is Power, Choice of Games invited me to participate in a charity auction for My Friend’s Place, a resource center serving homeless youth, ages 12-25, and their children. I was honored when the winning bid went for $410.00! The idea that my little story could raise that amount of money for a worthy cause was truly humbling.

The winning bidder sent me a character profile for a villain he had created, who just so happened to be a perfect match for the villain I needed to introduce in the sequel. So as a small teaser for the upcoming 2018 release of Community College Hero 2: Knowledge is Power, I give you the Issue 5 cover featuring the villainous Wyvern!

And many other authors were generous enough to offer prizes to potential bidders! In total, the group of seven writers raised $2,560.00 for My Friend’s Place.

See the winning bids here!

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