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Wednesday, March 6, 2013


Just a heads-up: i am in the process of deleting the facebook pages for my books, and instead am just going to create an author facebook page.

My Post on BookBlogs:

I apologies, I always start blogs and then never do anything with them.

I want to thank you all for checking out my page and I will look into all of your links. I love supporting fellow authors and book lovers.

To George D. Melvin is out for soft sale. It’s available only on Amazon.com. I’m not happy with the cover, but I don’t have any better ideas at the moment, so it will stay until I am ready to change it, which could be a while.

But I am happy with the content. I think it’s a much better collection than my first, To Allison F. Frasier.

I’m taking a break from these collections of short reads, but certainly not from writing. I’m currently working on a book called, Leaves of Autumn.

It’s a story about a guy, Wesley, and a girl, Adriana, who decide, for their own reasons, to help a dating website with an experiment for researching opposite personalities. The guy and girl are paired up together for the experiment; the twist is, Wesley knows, Adriana doesn’t. Guilt haunts the mind of Wesley and doubt lingers in Adriana’s. They quickly fall in love, but when the truth comes out, will the love still be there?

I got the title from Wesley’s way of thinking at the beginning of meeting Adriana for the first time: Like the Leaves of Autumn, our death is coming, but the beauty of our romance will be worth the winter.

The cover isn’t set-in-stone quite yet, but I’m really fond of the innocence and simplicity. My only concern is how others will portray the cover (maybe childish) We will see what I decide.
Thank you all for reading, and I promise not to be so distant.


Luke-Dakota Massey

I read from somewhere on the internet, (because I’m so conceded I google myself on a daily basis) that someone really liked my ‘Wishing Well’ poems, and wanted to know if there were anymore. The answer is No, but I do plan of writing two more in upcoming collections of Short Reads, To Victoria D. Bloom, and To Michael K. Peters. So keep an eye open for those two books and thank you so much for reading my books and enjoying them. I consider you my first fan. =] I hope you stumble across this post in your search for answers.