The Sleepwalkers

Hello there! It’s been some time since I’ve chatted with you. When I started this blog to go along with my publishing ventures all those years ago, I was putting out a post a week. Can you believe that? What was I on? Coincidentally, at that time I also put out one book every two…
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Beyond the Veil

Often times when you write, it’s painstaking and arduous. You want to get the story right. You overthink things. You nitpick in editing. Sometimes just putting the words on the page feels like herding cats. Other times, certain stories just roll right out of your head and onto the page. You can sneeze and there’s…
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Summer Crushed

Summer Crush is the fourth book the Tournament series. It reads as a standalone novel, which is something I’m really trying to do with each book in my series now, but it’s best read after the Tournament Trilogy. It makes me happy for several reasons: 1.) It wraps up a lot of loose ends. It…
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Remember to laugh at yourself

Although I have no substantial evidence to back this up, I’m gonna go ahead and say that I think more people are writing these days than ever before, and I think it’s directly attributable to the fact that more people are getting themselves published than ever before. Now that closeted writers know there is a…
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The Handy-Dandy Author Career-Path Graph

Assuming you can pen a good story (a rather large given), then the key to indie-author success is output. The more books you write, the better chance you have of striking a reader. The key to curing most indie-author fits of self-doubt (which are frequent) is also output; feeling bad about your sales? Write through…
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Follow the Crow

This is it. This is what I’ve been working on. The second series addition to my (extremely) modest catalogue: Follow the Crow (Vanished, #1) is here. Feel free to buy one hundred copies each at either of the following fine retailers: Amazon Nook The book should be available on Apple and Kobo shortly, and in paperback…
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First-Person Shenanigans

My new book, Follow the Crow, which is with the formatting and digitizing crew as we speak, is written in first-person present tense (FPP for the purposes of this blog). This was no accident. I crafted the story specifically so I could write it in first person, but it was a major departure for me…
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