Character Interview with Wes from Gateway to Reality #NA #SciFi #Romance #BBF

Welcome to day 2 of the Blogger Book Fair! Today I’m sharing an interview with main character Wes Teague from my latest novel. Gateway to Reality is a New Adult Romantic Science Fiction novel, and it’s on sale for just $0.99 all this week! ~ Bio: Wes Teague is a recent art school graduate living in Chicago.[…]

Gateway to Reality EBook Only $0.99 through Sunday

Something exciting is happening this weekend. For the first time since it was released in March, Gateway to Reality is on sale! Normally $2.99, the eBook will be only $.99 through Sunday. Grab it at this discounted rate while you can: Amazon US | Amazon UK | Barnes & Noble | iTunes | Kobo ~ What Readers Are Saying About Gateway to Reality “I[…]

A Giveaway for #SciFi #Romance Fans: Gateway to Reality

Gateway to Reality is a New Adult tale that’s part Science Fiction, part Urban Fantasy, and part Romance. I’m giving away five eBook copies at the end of this post (winner’s choice of version), so read on and enter below. Gateway to Reality Talented artists shouldn’t be waiting tables, scraping by, and living mediocre lives.[…]

The Nature of the Existence

Discovering Reality In Gateway to Reality there are two worlds: one very much like the one we live in, and one that exists when Wes goes to sleep, in his dreams. The Logiverse is much like our world, ruled by order and the laws of physics. After a malfunction, Wes is exposed to the truth—this[…]

A Novel Inspired by the Cloud Gate Sculpture

Today I’m going to share a little about one of the sculptures that inspired my New Adult Urban Fantasy/Science Fiction novel Gateway to Reality. The Bean The famous Chicago sculpture many refer to as “the Bean” is formally titled the Cloud Gate. This massive, mirrored, curvilinear piece of art sits in Millennium Park against a[…]

Art in Gateway to Reality

An Artistic Setting My New Adult Urban Fantasy/Science Fiction novel Gateway to Reality is set in Chicago, a city well known for many things, one of which is its thriving art. Sculptures tower at intersections, sprawl throughout museums, and are easily accessible to the public in Millennium Park, among other places. The abundance of art is[…]

Endings and Beginnings

Hello, faithful readers. First off, I want to apologize for not being here as much as I’d intended. I’ve been busy. The insanity that was September is over (sigh of relief). But October is here! I welcome this month with open arms. For me, it is a time of endings and a time of beginnings.[…]