Friday, November 16, 2012

6th Annual Children's Reading and Art Day Fesitval

I will be attending the 6th annual Children's Reading and Art Day Festival at the Sarasota Children's Garden.

I only just found out about the event and the organizers were kind enough to allow me to participate.

If you are local, I hope you can come out and join us.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

20th Annual Tampa Bay Times Festival of Reading

We would like to thank everyone who stopped by and all those who purchased one of our fables. Doug, Candace and I were very happy to meet and speak with you and we truly hope you enjoy the books. We'd love to hear your thoughts. You can contact me at or leave a review on the book page at (author's amazon page).

We have a busy schedule before the new year. The fourth fable will be released in paperback this month and the Kindle editions of the third and fourth fable will be released in November.

Doug and I will be hard at work producing the audio versions of the fables and Debra will be working on the illustrations for the fifth book.

Will will also be attending a few more book sale and signing events and will post information here and on my site (

We wish you well and hope you have a happy Halloween!

Sunday, October 7, 2012

In Shadow's Sea is now available!

In Shadow's Sea is now available in print on Amazon. com. I will have copies and artwork available at Tampa Bay Times Festival of Reading on October 20th (see my site for details). The artist will also be in attendance at the show.

The Kindle version is in production now and should be available later this month. All the illustrations will be in color on the Kindle Fire or color devices running the Kindle app.

More news soon on the fourth fable, The Oracle Who Ate Ants, and on the audio versions which will be available on

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Book Sale and Signing

I will be attending the Tampa Bay Times Festival of Reading on the St. Pete USF campus along with some of the artists. The first four fables and selected artwork from each will be available for purchase.
We'll have information on the upcoming Audible editions of the fables and on the 5th book scheduled to be released later this year.

We hope to see you there!

Monday, September 3, 2012

Many updates...

With four months left in 2012, we have an ambitious production and show schedule ahead.  September should see the publication of the third and fourth fables (In Shadow's Sea and The Oracle Who Ate Ants) in both print and Kindle editions.  The artwork for the fifth fable should begin development this month as well. We are also hoping to release our first audio title on  Finally we will be gearing up for 4-5 show appearances in the southeast starting in October. Check the links above to read the prologues of the next two fables and below is a peek at some of the illustrations by Candace and Amanda.

Penumbra under attack

Suah and the Oracle.

Sunday, July 1, 2012

eBook Giveaway

To celebrate the upcoming release of our third fable in print and Kindle editions, we are making the eBook edition of the first fable in the series available for free July 13th thru July 15th. Download and enjoy The Devil and the Darning Needle at no cost from the Kindle store anytime during the three day promotion. 

Check back soon as we will also have news regarding the audio versions which will be made available on

Monday, May 14, 2012


The Children’s Book Review drawing for The Devil and the Darning Needle is complete. Congratulations to the following three winners: J. Wells, Mary Rodriguez and Stephanie Beach.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Artist Announced for Fifth Fable

Debra Mixon Holliday has agreed to illustrate the fifth fable in this series. I was instantly enamoured with Stand, the piece that introduced me to her talent, and am anxious to work with her. Debra recently shared with me a few pages from her sketchbook filled with vultures she has spied in and about the woods near her house and I am looking forward to her interpretation of this story. This fable is schedule for release mid-summer. Story updates and samples of her work will be posted on this site as we near publication. In the meantime, visit her site at

Amanda Rose Hunter Launched Website

Ms. Hunter, the illustrator for my fourth fable - The Oracle Who Ate Ants, has just launched her website ( where she will be displaying galleries of her work and providing details on projects, appearances and shows.