Monthly Archives: September 2013



Joe Victim: A Thriller by Paul Cleave [REVIEW]

Joe Victim: A Thriller by Paul Cleave [REVIEW]

Joe Victim: A Thriller by Paul Cleave My rating: 4 of 5 stars Summary: Joe Middleton has a lot on his plate, to say the least. Arrested for a whole slew of murders he says he can’t remember, Joe—a.k.a. the Christchurch Carver—has been in jail for the last year awaiting trial, charged with the task of convincing the psychiatrists interviewing him that he wasn’t of sound mind and can’t be blamed for what he did. And, incredibly, that’s the least of his worries. That’s because there’s no shortage of people who like the idea of seeing Joe dead, some of whom are on the inside with him. On the outside, there’s […]



Writing Update!

Writing Update!

Notice I said writing update and not novel update because aside from re-reading what I’ve already written, doing some plotting work sheets and mapping out my Acts, I haven’t resumed writing. However, I will. I’m gearing up for it. I just feel it. Yeah. I know, I am going to have to force myself into it. Part of my issue is that I am elbows deep into a serial for the archive and I’m not in a huge hurry to say goodbye to these characters. This story marks my return to writing, so I’m enjoying writing for the sake of writing and not trying to write a really good first […]