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Update ** December 12, 2014

Book Signing Announcement!!

I will be hosting a book signing for Crosshairs and historical presentation on Saturday, January 17, 2015 from 2 - 4pm at the South Plainfield (NJ) Public Library! If you are around, please stop by and bring your copy! I will have a limited supply available for purchase.

Update ** December 12 2014

Goodreads Giveaway Contest is Complete!

Congratulationsn to our 2 winners of my Goodreads Giveaway Contest! They each won a signed copy of Crosshairs!
Kay of Waterloo, Iowa
Anita of Barnersville, Georgia

Update ** November 14, 2014

Crosshairs is here!!

My WWII novel, Crosshairs, is now available for purchase through Booklocker, as well as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other fine stores! Please pick up your copy today!

Update ** October 2014

New Historical Novel Due out November 2014!

My latest historical novel, Crosshairs, is due out November 2014! The book is a compendium of real-life adventures of three veterans during World War II.
Each story reveals a unique perspective of the Allies attempts to defeat the Nazi regime throughout Europe and shows, firsthand, the bravery and determination that all who fought to save the world from oppression.

Stay tuned for more details as we get closer to publication!


I invite you to take a look with me into history - for the past is the window into the future. I have written for both adults and young adults and enjoy storytelling for enjoyment and as a learning tool.

Lewis and Clark: Murder on the Natchez Trace is a suspense thriller that takes place in the early 19th century, framed around the War of 1812 and the famed expedition of 1804-06. It is a deep passion for this type of storytelling that has kept me researching and writing through the long, late night hours!

Texas Freedom: Last Stand at the Alamo is a saga that explores the Texas Revolutionn in the early 1830's, culminating with the Battle of the Alamo in March 1836 and the Battle of San Jacinto two months later. However, the men and women who filled these pages are more than footnotes in history...their lives, loves, and strength of character define them in very unique ways. I was fortunate enough to take a trip to visit the Alamo over the March 6, 2011 weekend which marked the 175th anniversary of the famous battle. I have heavily researched every detail of these events, cutting through the myths and legends so often associated with the Alamo. What you read on these pages and the characters who shaped them, are real and accurate. The lone exceptions are those created for the Step into History Contest 2011.

The reader, whether he or she realizes it, is learning - about different places, cultures, and history. The best books I grew up with were those that got me to think outside my own comfort zone. All of the places and bygone eras that are visited by my characters have been extensively researched and carefully portrayed. Those places that no one has visited and returned to tell the tale - well, I enjoyed taking some creative license!

Please review my completed manuscripts using the links above, and take a look at the synopsis's and excerpts provided. You can learn more about me and my journey into writing. I am looking for publication and hope you come back soon!

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