Writers’ Block

January 4th, 2019

Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a good time replacing their wall calendar (if you even have one–and hopefully it was a good choice because you’re stuck with those photos for 12 months).

I’m excited to announce the first good news (fingers crossed it’s not the only good news) of 2019: Forgotten Kids will be released by Michelkin Publishing early this year! Keep checking in for updates of the novel’s release date, and in the meantime, have a look at Michelkin’s catalog.

August 15th, 2018

I recently finished an author interview for Qwertythoughts.com. You can find out more about my writing processes and my likes and dislikes. You know, if you’re into that sort of thing. Click here to read!

It’s always nice to learn a little more about the author you’re reading (assuming you’re reading one of my works). I hope you enjoy!

July 13th, 2018

Crooked Gold: A Jack Swift Case has finally been released! Currently, it just an Ebook, but the paperback will come in the next week or two. High crime, gold, pretty girls, and a cat an mouse game between a detective and his rival criminal. What could be better? You don’t have to answer that.

The staff at Sharpe Books and Author Enterprises provided a fantastic cover for Crooked Gold, and they worked very hard to make this novel go live. Thanks to the publisher for the fantastic help and efficiency; they’re a great and talented group to work with.


Keep a lookout for excerpts in Entries, Excerpts, & Observations, and please enjoy my crime debut, Crooked Gold: A Jack Swift Case! Also, please feel free to leave a review on the Amazon page.

March 8th, 2018

The Dark Goddess  was released by Michelkin Publishing on January 19th, 2018! Check out Jason DeGray‘s thrilling sequel to The Ruined Man. Magic is real. And it is a filthy, evil thing!

Both books are paranormal thrillers and not for the faint of heart. DeGray truly masters the influence of evil in The Dark Goddess, pushing the limits even more than he did in The Ruined Man, and it’s executed brilliantly. DeGray flexes his knowledge of religion and the occult and the plot remains fast-paced and consistent and all references are accurate. There is a wonderful mixture of emotions throughout. If you like the unknown, hardboiled detectives, and everything evil, this is a great series to read.

For more from Jason DeGray you can download his latest short, Blood & Lust, from Michelkin Publishing. Also, kudos to the illustrators on staff at the Roswell, New Mexico-based imprint as the covers for both DeGray’s books have turned out beautiful.