Tag Archive | self-publishing

On Writing: The Pros Of Fantasy

I’ve always been one for variety. My reading library spans the realms of everything from fantasy to family dramas and children’s titles. There’s even some non-fiction in my arsenal; I’m a sucker for a good biography, especially when they’re about serial killers or mob bosses. Just sayin’. When it comes to my own writing, this […]

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 […]

Boy-Eating Plants

To help kick-off the release of Horns & Halos: Against The Giant, I’ve decided to add a free short story to go with it! Boy-Eating Plants takes you on a wild ride with Horns & Halos’ main character, Allyster Williams, as he traverses a strange world full of massive, flesh-eating plants who have found him […]

Book Release: The Flames of Guilt 

It’s not just about the loss of a child, or the loss of a parent. It’s not just about losing the one you thought you’d be spending the rest of your days with. It’s about what happens after. What do you do when life doesn’t go the way you planned? Where do you go when […]

Take 37 or Thank Goodness For Scrivener

The Flames of Guilt is my first novel. Sure, I’ve written probably half a dozen stories before it, but this is the first one I’ve taken to completion. I slaved over every word. Then I paid an editor to go over it, and I ended up rewriting half the book. Trust me, it was for […]