Updates

First, I’d like to say that the next part of The Road to Self Publishing is on the way and will be posted tomorrow.

Second, I have a Facebook page now. So, if you’re on Facebook and would like to follow, you can find me here. I’ll be posting updates from this page as well as shorter writing talk and Facebook exclusive stories.

Lastly, if you haven’t heard, my book, ASH, is out. You can buy it on Amazon or check out the landing page for the other ways to buy.

There we are! See you tomorrow!

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ASH Is Out!

My debut novel, ASH is finally out!

You can find the Kindle version here, or head over to its Landing Page to find other ways to buy.

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Help

“Don’t you move a muscle,” said the voice as something hard pressed into the small of Nicholas’s back. “You’re gonna empty your pockets, nice and slow.” Continue reading “Help”

The Road to Self Publishing- Amazon

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Okay, it’s time to talk about the 500 pound gorilla in the room, Amazon. If you oppose Amazon on ideological grounds and won’t use them, that’s completely valid. This article just isn’t for you. I’ll be posting separate articles on the other marketplaces you can use. Continue reading “The Road to Self Publishing- Amazon”

Excerpt from ASH

I think I’m going to do something a little different today. Currently, I’m in the final phases of editing for my soon-to-be released horror book, ASH. So, I thought I’d post a freshly edited excerpt here, see what y’all think. Continue reading “Excerpt from ASH”

The Dragon’s Call

“Your Majesty, there is someone here to see you,” the footman said as he poked his head into the dining chamber.

Gregory sighed. There was always someone who wanted to see him. Ever since he became King. Couldn’t even let him finish breakfast. It couldn’t be helped, he supposed. “And who would this ‘someone’ be?” he asked. Continue reading “The Dragon’s Call”

Lost. Hungry.

It happened so suddenly. One second, they were traveling along the FTL stream, heading back to Earth, and the next they were out of it and the emergency inertia dampeners were engaging. Continue reading “Lost. Hungry.”