Meet the Flower Man (End Play Chapter 1)





Hi Peeps!

While I still am on maternity leave, I am finding a little time here and there to write the next book in the Sarah Stone series. This book, titled END PLAY, is much darker than the previous two novels and features a serial killer and more. We also address the cliffhanger at the end of Hot Zone, while also addressing unfinished threads from Soft Target. So far I am really enjoying it. Below is a rough draft of chapter 1. Enjoy!

If you have not yet read the first 2 books, you can get Soft Target for free and Hot Zone for the spare change in your pocket. Links to both books here:

Soft Target Cover Kindle Hot Zone Cover Kindle

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Chapter 1 of TAR

So to tide you over until I release the full novella in a couple months, here is Chapter 1 of TAR. It takes place after a prologue where an experiment in the Australian Outback goes very wrong. This is where we meet our main character Finn during his sister’s funeral of sorts.




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Ebook Conversion Tool Reviews





From The Book Designer

Previously, I’ve compared some of the computer apps that you can use to convert your manuscript into an ebook.

This month I’ll talk about online conversion tools — all of the ones I’m going to discuss are attached to the retailers and distributors that you are going to be interested in.

Eye of the Hurricane: Top Ebook Retailers

Let’s start with the most popular retailers and their conversion tools (or lack thereof).

Once again, I’m assuming that you’re in the US — which isn’t a given, I know. (Most of this information is true for non-US publishers as well.) Also, I’m defining “manuscript” as synonymous with “Microsoft Word document” (either .doc or .docx), since that’s the most common file format for authors to work with, and that’s the format I used in comparing the desktop conversion tools. Continue Reading →