Tag Archive | reading

Book Review: Write. Publish. Repeat.

Write. Publish. Repeat. The No-Luck-Required Guide to Self-Publishing Success is a book of educated suggestions by Sean Platt and Johnny B. Truant (and a guest appearance from their partner in crime, David Wright). I bought this book after hearing about it from a youtube video that was going over some quick tips about Scrivener (the most excellent […]

New Release: Horns & Halos: Against The Giant

Fighting against the system sucks. It’s even worse when you’re only sixteen and you’ve already been devastated by it, while your parents stood by and watched. Allyster Williams started fighting the moment he realized that the life of segregation he’s always known is wrong. In his world, people are separated by their horns and their […]

Your Writer’s Toolbox – What’s That?

In the writing world there’s a lot of terminology that gets thrown around. Admittedly, I haven’t figured all these terms out. Sometimes I think that there must be a master list somewhere, or a decoder ring that would clear all these conundrums up in one easy swoop, but so far I haven’t found it. This […]

Cover Reveal: The Flames Of Guilt

After what feels like forever, the time has finally come. This story has been through the meat grinder and back. It’s had characters added, and the ending changed. Twice. The pacing has been stretched out and flipped over. Formatting came in round after round of trial and error as I labored over what worked and […]