LET ME OUT – Number 1 New Release In African American Horror Fiction
On it’s release date, LET ME OUT went #1 New Release in AA Horror Fiction. Learn a bit more about LET ME OUT before you make your buy below with one click on the cover. (Yep, I made this video a day before the release!):
LET ME OUT – When Something About Your Neighbors Is Deadly
Why LET ME OUT? I wanted to write a horror with African American main characters in a multi-ethnic story which takes place between two neighborhoods that are vastly different, where most of the time, the people of the two neighborhoods are in a disconnect socially, however, when they connect, things become deadly. What is the […]
GRANDMA’S GUN, a Story of Murder, Self-Defense, or Strong LOVE?
1. Why Grandma’s Gun? Grandma’s Gun is a story that I wanted to release in a historical/women’s fiction 1970’s time frame within backdrop of a city called Santee in the southern state of South Carolina. In Grandma’s Gun, there is a type of complex love that I can argue we all have, when instinct takes […]