Hello, hello! *taps mic* Is this thing working? It’s been a while, so… Okay, first thing: If you didn’t know, production has finished on the Prince of Deceit audiobook and it’s now available wherever you get audiobooks. It’s so amazingly done by the talented Charlie Sanderson, who also narrated Dragonblood. […]
In preparation for my two book signings this year, I was forced to notify my day job that I would be gone for a few days and had to endure some obligatory small talk which quickly turned to a question I damn well should know how to answer by now […]
Two things I can tell you about writing fiction: It’s hard work It only gets harder When I say it’s hard work, I mean it takes far more than just jotting down what your imagination dictates. The greater part of writing is rewriting. There are stories that practically write themselves, […]
Awesome art by an awesome artist.
Sometimes, being brave means just saying, “No.”
Thank you for reading. Thank you for reading MY books in particular. And thank you for buying them, instead of downloading illegal copies.
I haven’t done a real blog post here in a long time. Forgive me. Life, work, and other concerns have distracted me from what I enjoy doing most. Truth be told, I haven’t been writing much lately, either, and that hurts me the most. But certain things have happened in […]
Sometimes, you just have to do what you do best, and not think so much about the consequences.
I write this post for authors. Forgive me, dear readers, for pulling back the curtain behind which you may or may not want to see. I don’t do it to garner sympathy–I don’t do that–I just think better on paper, so to speak, so this is my way of trying […]
Some words of guidance on how to avoid getting taken advantage of by crooks, scam artists, and inexperienced service providers in the book industry. Spoiler alert: It involves doing research.