The Silver Baron’s Wife

Hers is the tale of a fiercely independent woman who bucked all social expectations by working where 19thcentury women didn’t work, becoming the key figure in one of the West’s most scandalous love triangles, and, after a devastating stock market crash destroyed Tabor’s vast fortune, living in eccentric isolation at the Matchless Mine. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]


After ten years together, and in spite of some difficult times, Adam and Eva are still as in love as they were when they told each other every day that they loved each other every day more. But a police visit and then a dinner party invitation threaten to unravel all they hold dear. “Beautifully encapsulates what love is.” – Kirkus Reviews. ... [Read More...]

Connection Lost – An Anthology of Zen Poetry in Urban Settings

Where are you right now? What surrounds you? How does it feel? We got used to looking at ourselves and other human and non-human things as functional objects which exist only as long as they fulfill a purpose. But what is it that lets us be? What is it that keeps us alive? A pun on technology and the true essence of being, Connection Lost is a sensory journey from a back yard in London to the Amazon jungle – a bunch of thoughts and written images that will keep you company in the city, in... [Read More...]

Free: The Green House

The green house is more than a greenhouse. 7 flowers, 7 colors, 7 meanings, and one 37-year-old secret—the green house is the keeper of it all. Its creator, Girard Remington, is a fragile elderly man whose life was shattered by a tragedy nearly four decades ago. And when tragedy strikes again—this time to his beloved wife—he struggles to cope. ... [Read More...]

Forbidden Woman

WARNING: This book is set in South Texas, 1920s-1950s. The author has gone to great lengths to present this story in a historically accurate fashion, right down to the going rate for a woman’s time in any given year. Another result of historical accuracy, however, is that certain uncivilized words are used in this book. Perhaps we aren’t so civilized after all. January 26, 1926, Houston, Texas. Lucille Wilkes’ husband has disappeared, leaving the sixteen-year-old woman to bring th... [Read More...]

The Rock and the Raindrop: A Space in Time

Metaphysics, Philosophy, Spirituality, Whimsy. When opposite worlds collide, sparks fly, pitching a rock and a raindrop full tilt into an unexpected but welcome quest of discovery. Replete with poetic charm, this delightful tale is an exploration of the many ways God reveals Himself to us through nature, that, and the nature of our greatest gift, free will–messy but…$0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Eastbound from Flagstaff

Simon is running from a lie, intent on believing his own perseverance can overcome anything. He abandons his roots & hides behind his charm, living every moment as if life’s daring him to fail–again. He’s reckoning with his father’s God who could’ve delivered better outcomes but didn’t. The first installment in an epic trilogy that begins in the 1920’s. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Beneath the Mulberry Tree

Jimmy Watson dreamt of retiring to a small farm in the country. After a lifetime of building a successful business, his dream becomes a reality. He has traded in the stress of deadlines for the calm grazing cows in a summer field. But when Jimmy suddenly becomes plagued with a series of nightmares, he must decide between his peaceful life and a path he cannot yet understand. It is a choice that will eventually lead to the most important question of his life: which is greater, life or love? Will... [Read More...]