As a writer, I’m constantly coming up with new worlds, new characters and new storylines to fill the novels that I write. I find it can be somewhat difficult keeping a good mental picture of some of my characters – especially minor ones, and setting can be difficult to keep straight too, considering I make [...]
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I recently had the honor of reading the first installment in Tom Barczak’s new short story series, Awakening Evarun. If you’ve never heard of Tom Barczak, I can understand. Awakening Evarun is his first ‘published’ piece of work, but I found this debut piece of fantasy to be quite entertaining. I had the opportunity to [...]
Before I get into my experience with Borders, I want to clear one thing up. I’m not trying to complain or vent about not receiving payment for a few books. I don’t think the world needs to be turned upside down for such things. This is simply my experience and the way I handled it. [...]
Now that self-publishing has taken off like the California Gold Rush, the internet – and bookstores – are booming with self-made creations of literary wonder. Because of this, it’s tougher for the readers out there to sift through the mess to find the gems that they will eventually fall in love with. What is a [...]
Back in January – mid-January to be exact – I posted about the changes to the pricing structure of my novels. I figured I’d update everyone and give all of you indie authors out there an idea if the pricing structure is working or not. The final analysis? Yes, it’s working. Working well, I might [...]