Last Train Out

Clay and his adopted daughter, Jenna, look forward to their upcoming "homeland tour" to Russia. His intentions are pure. Hers, not so much. When she goes missing, his worst fears are realized. She is not the innocent little girl he thought she was. Not even close. Their only hope now, with or without her approval, is to catch the <a target="_blank"

Thoughts on Writing

  • Louis L'Amour once said he could write while sitting in the middle of the freeway. That didn't impress me at the time, but now it does.
  • Not one, but two dogs threw up behind me as I wrote. Was that a commentary on my writing? Wouldn't be the first time.
  • As I told these guys in the job interview, "If you're wondering wh

  • Thoughts on Writing

    Thoughts on writing

  • Louis L'Amour once said he could write while sitting in the middle of the freeway. That didn't impress me at the time, but now it does.
  • Not one, but two dogs threw up behind me as I wrote. Was that a commentary on my writing? Wouldn't be the first time.
  • As I told these guys in the job interview, "If you'r