Will

A look back at young Will

I’ve had a little trouble writing recently. I don’t think that comes as a surprise to anyone. So I decided …

A Max and Callen Christmas

This is a special little (6,000-word-little) scene I wrote for Glass Paper Ink Bookblog’s Christmas Extravaganza. It was featured there …

Love Like We Do is OUT!

The wait is finally over! If you preordered Love Like We Do (Side A), it should be waiting for you …

Will – from an untitled Will novel

“All musicians lie.”

“Well, I’m not a musician then.”

“You just said you play lead guitar.”

“It’s just a hobby.”

“You also just said you were here for work.”

“Okay, so it’s my secondary job. I’m actually a physicist.”

Max – from Summer Revival Side B

I run to the subway station and catch the first train to Queens, finding an empty corner where I can sit by myself and subtly check the contents of my wallet. I’ve just stolen $400 from my oldest brother. There’s no way he’s not going to miss that.

Jon – From Summer Revival Side A

“What happened?”

“Nothing happened. I just like taking advantage of the perks of being a musician.”

“You like having sex with strangers.”

“I like the way I said it better,” my brother says.