I'm currently working on cover art for my new fantasy novel Sure as Stone. Please let me know what you guys think. Hit a like if you like it. Leave me a comment if you have any advice. I appreciate it guys!
At long last, I have finished writing the final book to the Ashborne Chronicles. Sure as Stone will tell the final tale of Kat Ashborne as she struggles through war and deception to make her family whole once more. All I need to do is make the cover art. Then Sure as Stone will be... Continue Reading →
It's out! Mind Trip is finally out. So click the link and get your copy now. If you need a reminder of the plot: Surrealist artist Eric paints what he thinks, paints what he sees, and sees what he thinks. Ever since he was a child, the world appeared to him through vivid, dream-like hallucinations that... Continue Reading →
GASP! Did you say free? Yes, I did kiddies. My book Becoming God is on sale, and by sale, I mean it's free until this Thursday. If you're looking for an action-packed science fiction novel, why not get Becoming God? It's a quick read, and did I mention free? Make sure to give me a rating on... Continue Reading →
Sorrow is a tricky thing to write. Do too much and your characters just seem melodramatic. Do too little and they seem robotic. So what do you do? First off, if you feel sorrowful yourself, use it. I'm sorry that you feel that way. Truly. But if you need to write something sad, you're in... Continue Reading →
People love to understand stories in their entirety. It's frustrating when we reach the end of a book and ask ourselves, "What the hell happened?" We don't get it and it infuriates us. There are too many loose ends, too many questions that need answers. Are the answers even there? Maybe I didn't read well-enough.... Continue Reading →
Remove everything that has no relevance to the story. If you say in the first act that there is a rifle hanging on the wall, in the second or third act it absolutely must go off. If it's not going to be fired, it shouldn't be hanging there. —Anton Chekhov Minimalism and set-up. When you think about... Continue Reading →
There's nothing like logging onto Amazon to see you've sold several copies of your novel. Yeah, money is great. But I would sell my work for free and still enjoy watching sales increase. People like my work. It's quite flattering.