It isn’t just our world the Empty-Eyed Man covets, and the only one who can stop him is a young girl named Kira Graves. When Kira’s family and everyone else in their carnival are murdered by hideous otherworldly creatures called Grigs, Kira and her invisible companion, Jenn, try to flee toward a half-mythical place of safety called Graves Island. Instead, Kira is drawn through the looking glass to another world. The planet of the Creators is swiftly changing from a world of dreams to one of nightmares. The only way to stop the Empty-Eyed Man from turning the entire universe into chaos is for Kira to destroy the tool he most desires. What she must sacrifice to do so may be worth more to her than the prize.
- I WILL be Heard (Thanks to Amazon ACX) April 8, 2013Yes I will. Either later this month or early next month Crossroads will be offered on Amazon in audio format. I have always wanted to delve into audio but never had a chance as I wasn’t offered a contract for … Continue reading → […]admin
- How Lucky Am I January 9, 2013Tremendously I think. Let me preface that with the fact that I worked my ass off to put myself in positions to be lucky, but be that as it may, luck has been there. I wrote fourteen unpublished novels over eight years, … Continue reading → […]admin
- YWriter vs Scrivener Redux December 2, 2012Okay, so I broke down and bought Scrivener. At $40 it didn’t break the bank and people I trusted online kept raving about it. As most of you probably know for a couple of years now I’ve been writing using … Continue reading → […]admin
- Old School vs Virtual Publishing November 28, 2012Today a Twitter follower asked me how I felt about my four publishing experiences with Bantam vs my ebook publishing. I had to give it a lot of thought. Here’s my reply (obviously not on Twitter). Okay. Sit back for … Continue reading → […]admin
- I Can’t Afford an Editor November 14, 2012You can’t afford NOT to have one. The first time I experienced professional editing was a traumatic moment in my career. I had been writing for years, had over three hundred (that’s 300) rejection letters and been through five agents … Continue reading → […]Chandler McGrew