Tuesday, January 18, 2022

If your New Year’s resolution was to listen to more audiobooks ...

Then you’re in luck!

With an all-genre lineup with 30 books, you’re sure to find a listen to love.

And the best part? They're all free if you'll consider leaving a review at your favorite retailer.


Wednesday, January 12, 2022

My Author Interview

Author Laurel Heidtman extended an offer to interview me and I was flattered to accept. I've copied my answer to her first question below, with a link to the complete interview if you're interested. And even if you're aren't, check out her website; she's a great writer.

Q: Tell us a little about yourself.

A: I’m a psychologist turned author, although perhaps not the kind of psychologist you’re thinking. I’ve worked almost exclusively in a subfield of psychology known as human factors, which addresses, among other issues, questions of how to use technology to improve human learning and memory. To me, this is one of the most exciting areas of research for the future, as we look for that “sweet spot” between man and machine.

I might still be working in the field except for two things. One, I always wanted to be an author; and two, after a while, my company transitions researchers to new business development … with all the travel that entails. Don’t get me wrong; I like to travel. But we had a joke about business travel for the company: “You won’t see a lot of the world, but what you see, you’ll see a lot.” Over the last ten years or so of my first career, I spent the equivalent of several months each in the United Kingdom, Italy, and Singapore. Those are great places to visit, except when all you see, day after day, is the inside of some business’s conference room.

So, when the opportunity to write came along—and to achieve a more balanced travel portfolio—I jumped at the chance. Six books later, I’m still loving it.

See the complete review here

Friday, January 7, 2022

Shadows of Mystery

Whether the sleuth is of legendary stature or a reluctant amateur, these 40+ whodunits will keep you guessing until the final page.

The only certainty is, they’re FREE!


Tuesday, January 4, 2022

Something Free for that New eReader Santa Brought You

For three days only (January 4 - 6), you can pickup a Kindle copy of In the Space of an Atom for FREE!

There’s nothing like someone trying to kill you to give your life direction.

Yes, I had been in a funk, drifting from job to job, but that all changed when Jones came at me with a gun. And when he, the research lab where I had worked, and the chief scientist all disappeared, I was left with nothing but a piece of mind-blowing technology and a story so bizarre that the police were more concerned about my mental health than the attempted murder. I needed help to understand what I’d gotten myself into. Enter young, beautiful Dr. Diane Stapleton. And when I accidentally involved her in this deadly nightmare, I knew only one thing for sure. I couldn’t let her die.

As a finalist in the 2017 Wishing Shelf Book Awards and 2018 EPIC eBook Awards, In the Space of an Atom is fast, light suspense with a bit of science and a touch of romance that you won’t put down until the final page.

Pick up your free copy here

Saturday, January 1, 2022