The Winds of November Doth Approach

And so, we say goodbye to summer, ushering in the days of pumpkin spice before the long winter ahead. As Ned Stark taught us before a blade separated his head from his shoulders, we prepare for the season of snow and ice with solemn sobriety. Because, holy fuck, NaNoWriMo is coming. Summerpalooza Wrap… Continue reading

How Diversity in Fiction Would Help Heal Our Nation

For a while I’ve been trying to wrap my head around the concept of systemic racism in America and where to begin addressing it. I mean, there are obvious things we could do about it. As I write this, two more black men have been shot and killed by police… Continue reading

Can’t Get Away From Those Monday Blues

Greetings and salutations, friends! It’s been a little while (though not as long as usual) since I’ve dipped my pen into the well for blogging, so I thought I would come out of hibernation. With Shadowcast finished (and available for pre-order), my time isn’t dangling as much from the noose… Continue reading

Guest Post: 4 Things You Didn’t Know About Becoming a Self-Published Author

Welcome back to my blog, dear friends. Today, I am pleased to have Raebeth McGee-Buda visiting again today. She is going around promoting her new book, Silenced 2: The Overtaking. More on that shortly. For now, Raebeth is sharing her insights on being a self-published author. Without further ado, the floor… Continue reading

Cover Reveal: Sacrifice

Any of you who have followed me long enough know how much I love fellow author Jessica Fortunato. If you haven’t had the chance to read her work, I recommend you fix this immediately. I love all of her characters, including and especially the character Olexander. Well, okay, my character… Continue reading

Blogger Book Fair – Guest Post by Michael Brookes

Welcome to Day Three of the Blogger Book Fair, fellow Indie fans. In case you missed it, Wynne Channing gave us a story excerpt on Monday and Nathan Squiers visited the Flynn blog yesterday. Today, we have a Guest Post from Michael Brookes, author of the book Faust 2.0. Without any… Continue reading

Blogger Book Fair – Meet Wynne Channing

Greetings, friends, and welcome back to my blog. To resume the previously scheduled broadcasting (i.e., to get more in the habit of having blog posts and features here again), I decided to participate in the Blogger Book Fair this year. And to kick things off, I have a special treat…. Continue reading

Zen and Inevitable Destiny

“It’s all connected, Reese.” If you’re at all familiar with Damian Lewis, you might recognize that quote. If you’re not familiar with either, it comes from a show he had starred in a few years ago, called Life. In it, he played a police officer who turns to Zen after being… Continue reading