This post is part 3 in the series The 5 ‘ Must Haves’ in a Dystopian Novel. If you haven’t read the other 2, they can be found HERE (Part 1), HERE (Part 2). Next week I’ll tackle the fourth ‘Must Have’ in Dystopian fiction, so stick around! There are a lot of things that can be difficult to imagine in a … Continue reading Top 5 ‘Must-Haves’ in a Dystopian Novel III: Loss of Self-Autonomy
Feature: My Scribbler’s Heart
Carolyn Astfalk was kind enough to feature my new release The Ogress' Son on her blog, My Scribbler's Heart. Check it out, give her some love for being supportive of other indies. Because she's super sweet and people who go the extra mile really deserve to be recognized for it. ❤
Book Tour Day 1
The Egyptian Elixir is featured over on Killarney Traynor's blog,Wanderings , where she gives a glowing review! Have you seen the youtube trailer for it yet? It's pretty epic. 🙂 And Bk 1 in The Unofficial Chronicles, a full length novel titled Order of the Blood, is FREE right now, so now is the time … Continue reading Book Tour Day 1
Prep yo’ self: the book launch
So I've been busy for the past two weeks working on preparing for my next book launch. You night time writing warriors know how that goes right? You have these couple of hours available in the evening - hours sometimes taken up by doing other stuff that can make you money, children that refuse to … Continue reading Prep yo’ self: the book launch
New Review Policies on Amazon
When you're a debut indie author like myself, you celebrate the little, mini victories, like getting that 9th review on Amazon (See down yonder at the bottom of this post), but recently there has been a lot bruhaha in the indie world revolving around Amazon's.new hard line policies with regard to reviews provided in exchange … Continue reading New Review Policies on Amazon
Goodreads for the win!
I had the pleasure of receiving a glowing review from a winner of the Goodreads giveaway I did not so long ago. Thank you, Goodreads. Once again, you've proven yourself an underutilized and underappreciated tool for authors. I stand corrected. It's doesn't get any better for an author than to know that some person, entirely unknown … Continue reading Goodreads for the win!
Top 5 SciFi Reader Pet Peeves
I read tons of reviews on books that fall into the same genre I write in. Even if I've never read the book itself, I receive huge insight into reader expectations by reading reviews and I've noticed some trends. This top five list isn't a result of polling hundreds of readers - at least not … Continue reading Top 5 SciFi Reader Pet Peeves