Category Archives: Writer’s Corner
New book WIP
My second post in under two months, it’s been a while. I am going to try and post here more frequently, and as hard as it might be to believe, I actually have been working on a new book that … Continue reading
Why is it so difficult?
I keep asking myself this question. Why is it so difficult to decide between art and writing? I’m strictly speaking about this from a side effort. Most of you know that I create art for a living on video games. … Continue reading
Good start to my weekend.
Well it’s been a good start to my weekend. Despite having surgery yesterday to have my wisdom teeth extracted, it’s been a great start to a weekend. First of all, for those who have never gone under (which I hadn’t … Continue reading
Belly of the Beast
A couple weeks ago B.C. Young asked me to do a flash fiction for a week of bite sized stories for his blog. I was excited to flex my writing muscles again (have been really busy with cover art lately … Continue reading
So how were my first month’s sales?
I’m pretty open to letting people know my first month’s sales on my books. I don’t plan to keep releasing info like this each month per book because A) it’s repetitive and B) No one probably gives a crap. But … Continue reading
A random rant on traditional publishers and e-book prices.
So there have been some conversations buzzing around Twitter lately about high priced e-books. It certainly got me thinking and wanting to compare the book industry with the game industry. I’m fully aware this is a long beaten and dead … Continue reading
How We Can Help Indie Authors
A good friend and fellow #pubwrite patron, Al Boudreau (@threecifer) inspired me to write this blog post by making a simple suggestion yesterday: “Support an indie today, buy one of their books.” (I paraphrase) After doing just that, a few … Continue reading
My Book Cover Experience
Well I finally did it. I created a book cover for my first novella, Loose Ends, coming out here very shortly. So how was my experience? Well it was very interesting. I learned quite a bit, but only after a … Continue reading
I’ve been reading Stephen King’s “On Writing” the past week, and a topic he touched on in one section, and periodically throughout the rest, is how important it is to have a writing space (also a reading space, but that’s … Continue reading