New Characters in Valentine 3

Hello, everyone.  While I am working on 3 manuscripts at once, most of my attention has been focused on Valentine 3: Queen of Hearts.  One of the major themes of this arc of the story is family, and I will be introducing several new characters. Also, you’re going to learn more about The Syndicate: the  “secret” organization of criminals, crime bosses, hitmen, and the like.

Kelly McCormick: one of the few “female gangsters” in the world of Valentine. Kelly’s position is a cross between Rafferty’s and Lola’s. She sets up the hit for various members of the Syndicate, and she even carries out a few of tem herself.

Jo Fuentes: I won’t reveal too much about her here.  I’ll only say, she’s a co-worker of Val’s, at the auto repair shop she lands a job at. Jo is a bit of  a Goth, so she and Val hit it off right away.

Michael Aldus: Keep your eye on this guy. He’s a liaison for the Syndicate.  he’s the one everyone turns to, when they have a job that needs to be done, and they want to hire outside help.

Lorenzo: Another guy to watch out for.  He enters Val’s life very suddenly, and you won’t be able to tell if he’s friend or foe.

I’ll keep you posted….





Valentine 3

Valentine 3: Queen of Hearts

Hello, everyone. Just a few notes about Valentine 3. In this third book, Val is going to learn more about the organization she is part of: The Syndicate.

First of all, A LOT OF THINGS ARE GOING TO HAPPEN IN THIS BOOK.  And I do mean, a lot.  Secrets about the Entienne family will be revealed.  New hitmen (and hitwomen) are going to enter the scene. A war is going to erupt between Valentine and Rafferty, and there’s not telling who will survive (I’m not telling, because that would be a spoiler, wouldn’t it?). Allan and Mac Avery from the Valentine Apart series are going to make their debut. I’m pulling much of Val’s past into this story, and hopefully, this book will answer a few questions. Plus, I’m going to focus on Veronica. She’s an important character in the Valentine series, and I don’t think she has been given the attention she deserves.

Along with Valentine 3, I’m also going to be working on the next book (possibly next two books) in the Valentine Apart series, Her Name is Lola Vencent, and Black Queen: Killing Machine. 

It’s still NaNoWriMo, and I’m still writing.  Three books at once. I’m posting my progress on the homepage of my website, and on the News & Events page as well.  While my goal is to complete all three novels before the month comes to an end, I will still be satisfied if I complete all three before the end of the year.

Good luck to all of my fellow writers during NaNoWriMo, and see you again soon.




My NaNoWriMo Progress

Hello everyone! I hope all of my fellow writers are having a successful NaNoWriMo so far.  I’m working on the manuscripts for my next 3 books, and I’d like to give you an update of my progress:

Your Fame Will Destroy You: 2613 Words

Fortune’s Wing: Flies Again: 258 Words

Valentine 3: Queen of Hearts: 5604 Words

So far, that’s a total of 8475 words.  Keep writing! I will too!

Woolaston Entertainment’s November Trifecta

Greetings, everyone.  As some of you may know, November is National Novel Writing Month, better known as NaNoWriMo. I am going to participate by writing not one, not two, but THREE novels.  yes, I know this sounds crazy, but I want to go for it.  I’m ready to publish the third and final installment of the Fortune’s Wing series, and part three of the Valentine series (because I have already begun mapping out part four, and possibly a part five).  And then, of course, there’s Your Fame Will Destroy You.  So, three books, all which happen to be the third book in their series.

To all of my fellow writers and authors, please join in and celebrate NaNoWriMo by writing your next book!

PS: The Giveaway for Novocaine is still going on, and you still have time to enter:

How Do You Make A Graphic Novel?


Hey guys, sorry for disappearing for so long. I’m really trying to get myself in a place where I can get published. However, now I need your help.

While focusing on my short stories, I have decided to pursue a side project (eventually, I don’t have time right now). I want to start a graphic novel series meant to teach children (at the middle grade level) about history. I really hope I can actually pull this off.

First, I have a question for you guys: What is inappropriate for a middle grade reader? What level of violence is too much? I know this is completely subjective, since some people are fine with a 10 year old playing GTA and others won’t let their 16 year old read the Hunger Games. But I want to know what you guys think.

Now, here’s what I need: Graphic novels are generally large projects…

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