Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Dream State ...New suspense novel.

Hope you get a chance to read my new novel. Check it out on Amazon today!


"A lean, fast-moving supernatural thriller. Elmore Leonard crossed with Dean Koontz. Looking forward to future installments of "The Sleeping Detective"!"

Dream State Novel...Amazon Kindle.

My new novel has arrived. Get it on Amazon Kindle and in print on Amazon! 


Wednesday, September 16, 2015

The Door That Faced West

Yes, another new audiobook that I narrated. Hope you like it. This one is a doozy. About a young girl on a journey through the Kentucky wilderness with serial killer brothers. http://www.audible.com/pd/Fiction/The-Door-That-Faced-West-Audiobook/B015D4ZV7O/ref=a_search_c4_1_7_srImg?qid=1442429834&sr=1-7

Cop Killer Audiobook

I hope you get a chance to hear one of my audiobooks, Cop Killer, by Ryne Douglas Pearson. Good listen. http://www.audible.com/pd/Mysteries-Thrillers/Cop-Killer-Audiobook/B00HDJL83E/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srImg?qid=1442429056&sr=1-1

Saturday, March 8, 2014

What have I been up to?

Hi, you haven't read me for a while because I've been busy. I moved, I have written a play, I have written two screenplays and I have recorded several AUDIOBOOKS. Which is what I will focus on today. Cop Killer, by Ryne Douglas Pearson! Give it a listen. Great book, well written. Check it out on Audible: http://www.audible.com/pd/Mysteries-Thrillers/Cop-Killer-Audiobook/B00HDJL83E/ref=a_search_c4_1_4_srImg?qid=1393634021&sr=1-4 or Itunes. Danny Owen. A hard-charging detective who thrives on the thrill of the chase, the danger in the catch. His life is the street. Dark alleys and vicious crimes fill his every waking moment, and often his dreams. Until tragedy turns his world upside down. Transferred to District One, considered the tamest slice of the city, Danny is partnered with veteran detective Jack James, a cool and methodical investigator whose near legendary tenure is considered pivotal in creating the District's peaceful environment. But even shining cities have their shadows, and the new partners find themselves facing a cold and calculating killer. One who might be avenging angel, or simply atoning for their own sins. As Danny and Jack identify and close in on their suspect, the bounds of right and wrong, justice and vengeance, begin to blur. So much so that one detective begins to doubt just who is adversary, and who is ally.

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Downton Abbey

I have a theory as to how Matthew and Mary will get together. It seems apparent that Matthew is continuously put into harms way and from the previews one can assume he will be injured in some grievous way. I think when he comes back, and needs to convalesce, his fiancé will lose some of her shine for him and Mary will step in guided by her true feelings. At last they will be together, although in many ways he will never be whole again. This is mere speculation, but one, as a writer, I feel as inevitable.

This is just speculation from a writer's point of view.

Saturday, January 21, 2012


I sat in the corner. My knees wet. Wet from damp grass, or was I in a van? She sat on the bed or was she busy. Cruelty. Somehow always… managed to seep in. At the end. What does it matter what’s said, the feeling won’t change. No one’s having a change of heart. Even though you feel…tearing you apart. Breaking into pieces. It’s your face. You see? I love what I see, but not the way you are. But not the act. This is the way you made me. You made me into this. One way or another. It’s inevitable, don’t you see? Then. Really. Finding. A way to…GO. Make a change. Really? Inevitable, obligatory old story they’ve been telling for years. What holds us together? Something was once. Recapture what? Was it once? Endless recriminations. Self loathing at the last. Fitting into narrow spaces. Why bother? Why bother. Who are you? Because it’s the way you are. Way of the…species. What you have. What I give. What’s that smell? That stimulates the brain? What did I have? Why wasn’t it good enough? Was it? Good enough? What more could you want? To grow old and die? Our bodies together. Old and dying. Where’s the magic in that? Gone? Where is the magic? Smell. Smelling of death. Where’s the science in it? In the end. We’re all alone.