What 2017 brings

Now a little over a month outside 2016, I’ve reflected on all that I’ve done in the past year, and I can say without doubt that it’s been a good year. I book 4 shows last year, one of which was the Hallmark movie A Rose for Christmas, my biggest part yet. It was a lot of fun and I learned a lot from some great actors.

Last year also saw the release of the second book in my Hunter’s Moon series, in fact, titled Hunter’s Moon. Also released last year was the little novella that could, Out of Ordure. As my first effort at humor, it’s been well received, and I’m so thankful for that. So with new accomplishments and big steps forward, what does this mean for 2017?

A lot.

I’m sitting in the airport waiting for my flight back to Vancouver. I’ve been bouncing back and forth between a scene I’m shooting next week on another Hallmark movie, and edits on another book. I will soon be outlining the sequel to my epic fantasy series, The Saga of Ruination. It’s been 3 long years, I know. Much has happened since then, but I promise you every bit of it has contributed to this upcoming sequel being the best it can be. Simply put, the book is coming this year.

I’m also revamping a book to submit to a large publisher, so I’m looking forward to that. Film is in full swing, and the auditions are starting to show up. Things are off to a good start, and I hope to have a lot to bring this year. I will soon post a list of comicons I’m confirmed to attend, as well as those I’m tentatively confirmed. I should be doing at least 6 shows this year, but possibly more. We’ll see how things pan out between that and the films I book this year.

Reach out and grab 2017. It’s yours!

Out of Ordure

FairyCover-textA big greetings and salutations to you! I’m excited to announce the release date for my new novella, Out of OrdureAUGUST 18TH marks the release date for this first volume in a series of short length books I will be writing. These aren’t your typical fairies, folks. Working for Fey World Maintenance isn’t the easiest job for some, and Fecanya has the worst job of them all. But if anyone can do it, it’s this sassy little fairy. See below for the back cover synopsis. If you love humor, fantasy, magic, and the idea of a sassy and attitude-filled fairy, this is your book!


For countless ages, fairies have existed in human lore as protectors of children, sprinklers of magic dust, and bloomers of flowers. Yeah well, fairies have other jobs, too.

Enter Fecanya, Ordure Engineer at Fey World Maintenance Services. She hates her job. Not that anyone who processes…‘leavings’, would, but hey, you wanna trade?

When news of an impending meltdown at a wastewater treatment facility, and a messy war between two gorilla factions (ever seen a gorilla projectile?) arrives at the office, Fecanya must use her many talents to prevent both disasters. But is there a mischievous hidden presence behind this?

With the threat of a city covered in filth of epic proportions, and a jungle at the brink of great ape warfare, it will take more than a visit with her stuffy satyr therapist for Fecanya to prevent a disaster and unmask the hidden enemy, before the ‘leavings’ hit the fan.