Spidersight

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This is undoubtedly one of my favorite indie books and cemented my fandom for Hawkins' work. I loved every bit of this story, and undoubtedly recommend it!

SPRING Is Here!

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Tis the season to release the monster! Season of The Monster | SPRING is HERE! Purchase your copy now!

Season of The Monster is Getting PHYSICAL!

Season of The Monster Spring Feature

Mark your calendars folks! Volume 1 of my debut novel, Season of The Monster releases AUGUST 11th! But you can pre-order now!

Season Of The Monster | Ch 7 – “Uncertainty”

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I am finding with SOTM that I enjoy writing bottleneck episodes. There's something about the forced intimacy that I love for further developing the relationships amongst characters.

Introducing | “Season of the Monster”

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Whether you're a new visitor or a current subscriber, I am incredibly excited to announce an exclusive Kindle Vella Release - Season of the Monster.

Flash Review | “The Lot”

So far, this remains my favorite Stephen King novel, and was nearly my favorite read in 2021!

Flash Review | “Imagine The Difference”

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Lovecraft Country by Matt RuffMy rating: 4 of 5 stars AUTHOR'S JOURNAL | (Updated) PEN DATE 2.09.22 | TW: Violence, Death, Language, Racism Have you read "Lovecraft Country" or seen the show? Let me know what you thought, or what you might be looking forward to! In hindsight, it's a bit tough for me to… Continue reading Flash Review | “Imagine The Difference”

(Flash) REVIEW | “PICK YOUR POISON”

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Nearly six months later, this book still sticks with me, and I am excited to say it was definitely my favorite book from 2021, and it's up there as an all time favorite.

(Flash) REVIEW | “DETECTIVE BLUES”

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I have to say the best thing about this novel is the character development. I think that's a staple of most King novels. He does well to get inside his characters' minds as they relate to the world he's built around them.