Two novels, two novellas, and uncounted short stories are in my hopper. My latest series is out making the rounds, and, fingers crossed, I’ll be able to post some happy news here in the days ahead.
In the meantime, I have a number of projects on the go including a crime-psych-thriller piece, a ghostly story with no phantoms whatsoever, and two others still taking shape, one with an absolutely ridiculous amount of raw resource material.
What else am I up to? These two:
On a quiet street on the edge of a prairie town in the 1970’s, a popular girl arrives home from high school on a sunny day, sticks a gun in her mouth and pulls the trigger. Decades later, the house comes on the market and the girl’s one-time teammate is the listing agent who is called upon to show the house to a man who has more than a passing interesting in the property.
Two strangers visit a reclusive beauty past her prime at a remote cottage in Ontario’s north. One wants food, the other wants the truth. She’s not prepared to hand over either.