Tuesday, March 13, 2012

My short story Gladitorium Immortuous, featured in The Zombie Times!

Huge thanks go to Zombie Ed and the Terror4fun.com team for posting a feature for my short zombie story Gladitorium Immortuous in the March issue of their excellent newsletter, The Zombie Times. The feature is on page 12.

This is really exciting news because The Zombie Times is based in the UK, and I have been working hard to promote and sell my books in the UK. Gladitorium Immortuos is available on Amazon.com.UK and also in the United States.

The Zombie Times is a great looking publication, and they have everything you could ever want about Zombies from book and movie reviews to information on zombie events throughout the UK. I believe it is the best zombie resource on the Internet

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Help me to help The Relief Bus provide for the homeless

Two weeks ago, I was lucky to travel with a group of students on a mission trip to New York City. During the week, we worked for three days with The Relief Bus, an organization that operates two buses providing food, clothing, and other assistance to the homeless. It was really great to see our students interacting with the guests who needed so much help.

Here is a video with some information about The Relief Bus:

Please check out the Relief Bus WebsiteThey have a great staff, and they, along with their volunteers, make a positive difference in people's lives every day.

Help me to help The Relief Bus. For the rest of 2012, I will donate one half of all my sales for my book Anabar's Run to The Relief Bus. Please check out their website and consider helping this wonderful organization. I'll post weekly updates on sales and what I donate to The Relief Bus.



Thursday, March 1, 2012

Anabar's Run reviewed on top kids book blog!

Big thanks go to Erik at his excellent blog, This Kid Reviews Books for reviewing Anabar's Run.
Erik's blog is quickly becoming one of the most popular sites on the web to read honest, well written reviews of kid's books. Kids, parents, teachers, and librarians should definitely check out Erik's blog.

Thanks again, Erik!