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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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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Deadlines and other insanities

I’ve come to the end of the trilogy. I finished the first draft of Black Spring last week. It was very strange writing the final sentences of a thing I’ve spent about seven years writing. I’ve heard that a lot of authors have a sort of postpartum depression when they come to the end of a…
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All a writer wants for Christmas is…

What do you get your favorite indie-author for Christmas? I am positive at least 3, maybe even 4 of you out there are worried about this. And no, “get him to shut up about his books” is not an acceptable answer. Here are a few ideas for the precocious rogue of a writer that we…
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Any love for slow writers out there?

It took me six years to write Blue Fall, and now I can officially say that it has taken me three years to write Grey Winter. I can say this because I just released it on Nook, Kindle, and paperback this week. The iBook release for Apple devices is pending Apple’s lengthy, slightly annoying approval….
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The indie writer’s survival guide

I started this wild journey in August of 2009, and while that doesn’t make me an old hat by any means, it’s nothing to spit at. I thought I’d share with you a brief rundown of a handful of the most important things I’ve come to realize over three years. If I’d had a list…
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