Saturday, May 22, 2010

My book is featured in a contest

Sheralyn Pratt is announcing the release of her book City of Angels. She is having a fun contest on her blog and giving away a new prize every day. Best of all, the daily winners get to pick which prize they want!

My book, Tombs of Terror, was one of the first prizes selected by a lucky winner.

Even though my book has already been selected, there are still other books and prizes to choose from. Check out her contest and read the thrilling first chapter of her book by going to:

Sheralyn Pratt's daily contest and new book

I'm excited for her release.

Remember, my book was already selected by an early winner but you can still order Tombs of Terror through or at local bookstore.

Good luck and happy reading!

Friday, May 21, 2010

Anne Bradshaw has shared her review

Anne Bradshaw, a well-known LDS author, has posted a review of my book, Tombs of Terror. You can check out her Web site, see her own growing list of LDS books, and read a review of my book all at the same place. Just go to:
Anne Bradshaw reviews Tombs of Terror

Monday, May 10, 2010

A review read 'round the world.

Woo-hooo! I have garnered Andy Warhal's proverbial 15 minutes of fame! Alright, maybe its column inches and not minutes, but Sharon Haddock’s review of my book, Tombs of Terror, is in the May 9, 2010, issue of The Mormon Times.

This newspaper, filled with news about members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is sent around the world to more than 167,000 subscribers.

While my book, Tombs of Terror, does not espouse any religion, it does adhere to a high level of standards. In other words--it is a clean novel . It also shows the importance of family and the loving bonds between father and son even when they don't know exactly how to communicate. The two still love each other and the reader knows that.

So, I hope you join the growing number of readers—both adults and teens--who have read and loved the book. It is more than just about a father and a son. It is based on fact and, as Haddock writes, filled with heart-thumping, fast-paced action.

But you may have to wait. I am also hearing back from excited readers that they are actually having to wait in line for their turn to read the book! Parents are lining up to read it after hearing their children talk so much about it, and children are waiting anxiously to read it after hearing their parents talk so much about. This is one book that is being passed around the family and read by more than one person in the home. I think that is a good investment in any book!

In the meantime, click here to read Haddock's review: Sharon Haddock reviews Tombs of Terror