I keep a pretty simple rule on writing. I only write it if its fun to write and interesting to read

No, I don't ever stop writing. 

After polishing off the last few edits for Bistro Afterlife and mashing 'publish' on Amazon KDP (followed by bickering with their auto-check system over font size and DPI), I turned right around and started picking through the multitude of book ideas I have lying around to begin work on my next tale. The premise for my next novel actually comes courtesy of my wife. It was a few months ago that she awoke from a bizarre and jarring dream saying "Wow! That  could make for a really weird book."

Challenge accepted.

The central character is a woman named Julie living in the modern-day world who happens to have the ability to control dimensional portals between worlds. One, quite-pleasant, world in particular is an entire dimension comprised of a nightclub/bar. It is a great place to kick back, relax, and forget the cares of the 'real' world. Naturally, everyone wants to be there and Julie begins a lucrative career of ferrying people back and forth to the bar-dimension. However, there is a cost to everything and she soon begins losing touch with her own world, her own time, and her own family as her all-encompassing career takes over her life.

Keep your eyes open for the upcoming novel "Portal-Walker"