My forth novel, No Man Left Behind is in the editing stage right now.
In an abandon subway tunnel, a serial killer lurks. His killing methods are unlike anything Detective Isis Williams and her partner Detective Annette Toni has ever seen.
In the meantime, Isis and Toni decides to adopt a child, but something goes horribly wrong, and their relationship is put to the test. Can Isis save her relationship with Toni, or is it over? Together can they stop a madman whose methods of killing are the most barbaric they’ve ever witnessed?
Hi, R.G. here, I haven’t posted anything in a while. And I gotta be honest with you guys, I’m totally lost when it comes to this. I am not a computer savvy human being, but I’m learning. Anyway, No Man Left Behind is the title of my forth novel featuring Detective Isis Williams and her partner and lover Detective Annette Toni. This time Isis and Toni have to deal with a maniac who’s hell-bent on retribution.
He was left in the jungle of Vietnam 40 years ago by his marine buddies. But why…why did his comrades leave young Chuck Jones behind?
I’m about 20,000 words in and the characters are starting to do their own thing. If you’re an author, you know what I mean.
In No Man Left Behind, Isis and Toni’s relationship will be tested, and Isis’ life will be changed forever. I’ll keep you guy posted…I promise.
Recently, I wrote a post where I briefly spoke on the difference between being traditionally published and Indie published; that post was called “Why I Choose To Be An Indie Author.” …
Source: Traditional vs Indie: My Little Two Cents…again. #RRBC
The main reason is INDEPENDENCE. I remember as a child dreaming of becoming a writer. As I got older with a bit more knowledge under my belt, I dreamed of one day becoming a published author. Af…
Source: Why I Choose to be an #Indie #Author #RRBC #RWISA
- If you have to kill one, kill the other also.
Hi everyone, Stacey: The Twin is live on amazon.
“If you have to kill one, kill the other also.” These were the words that the renown psychologist Dr. Susan Patterson had spoken to Detective Isis Williams and her partner and Lover Detective Annette Toni, their topic of discussion: 16-year-old Stacey and Jannifer McHill. But at the horrific confrontation with the twins, where Jannifer McHill was shot and killed by Dt. Williams, the detective could not bring herself to take out the other twin, Stacey. In the meantime, a madman is on the loose in Harlem and he’s targeting middle age women. In the middle of the hunt for the maniac, Stacey, who was found incompetent to stand trial, escapes from a state-of-the -art facility. Now the words of Dr. Patterson will come back to haunt the detectives in the most devasting way imaginable. Detective Isis Williams and her partner Annette Toni will come to regret the day that they did not take heed to Dr. Patterson’s warning: If you have to kill one. kill the other also.
Here’s the pitch to book 1
What if two sisters who happened to be identical twins, sisters who were shielded from all the ugliness that this world has to offer by their loving parents, identical twins who’d never experienced, nor witnessed any kind of violence whatsoever, were suddenly forced to watch the unthinkable: the torture and murder of their loving parents? And what if these identical twins developed a unique form of dissociative identity disorder(mental processing outside of one’s conscious awareness) after the attacks?
And What if three years later these identical twins go on an unrelenting quest for vengeance? This was the fate of 13-year-old Stacey and Jannifer McHill, identical twins who’d survived a living nightmare at the hands of two sadistic home invaders, only to become living nightmares.
Detective Isis Williams is assigned to a case that will threaten her life and the lives of everyone that she holds near and dear. She’s on the hunt for two of the most dangerous, elusive, and youngest serial killers that she’d ever encountered, 16-year-old Stacey and Jannifer McHill…THE TWINS.