Another Wyvern Falls inspiration

Hello folks! Oddly, I was just finishing edits on the 6th Wyvern Falls novel – “Legends of Wyvern Falls’ – when an invite arrived from The Briarcliff Manor Historical society to attend a meeting at the mansion that inspired that novel: Beechwood Manor. This 27,
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August update

Okay folks, but a busy time here in the ‘Falls, with work getting wrapped up on “The Lost World of Kharamu”, which is now scheduled for release by Severed Press in May of 2018. On top of that, a second novel has just been inked with Severed titled “Neptune̵
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The Octagonal House

Also known as the “Armour-Stiner” house, this unusual Victorian masterpiece was completed in 1860. Sorry, no sordid history with this one (but I’m pretty sure I can cook one up), but it is apparently the only known domed octagonal house still existing in the United S
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The Tale of another Falls

The other source of inspiration behind the “Wyvern Falls” name is in fact a nod to the village I spent much of my misbegotten youth in, a scenic little village in upstate New York known as ‘Honeoye Falls’.  It was (and still is) a quaint place and will always o
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The Devil’s Engine

Another shameless plug for the YA novella I had published by Muzzleland Press this past year . . . it’s a quick little romp about an abandoned train a few unsuspecting local teens discover in a rail shed known only as ‘Building 18’.  Inside they are about to discover
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Greetings from Sunnyside

Just a quick note from Sunnyside, which I happen to drive past nearly every day and which continues to inspire every story I write. I do believe Washington Irving spoke the truth when he said: “…However wide awake they may have been before they entered that sleepy region,
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