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Voting is closed over at the Books Go Social 2015 reader nominations. Thanks to everyone that voted for Crimson Son! I'll keep you posted as to who the lucky winner is. Win or not, I'm just happy somebody out there thought Crimson Son was worthy of the nomination. Right now, and I mean THIS VERY … Continue reading 3…2…1… Download! Empty Quiver for FREE on Amazon

Crimson Son Nominated for International Book Award

Well, this has surely been a roller coaster weekend. First thing's first: Crimson Son was reader nominated for an international indie book award! Crazy, right? If you love me, you'll go here and vote for Crimson Son. If you hate me, I guess you'll go there and vote (but I guess it might not be for … Continue reading Crimson Son Nominated for International Book Award

Empty Quiver Now Available!

"so real, so believable, that you're left wanting more..." - The Author Visits 5 star Review of Crimson Son WANT NO MORE Empty Quiver: Tales from the Crimson Son Universe is now available on Amazon! If you snuck in on my mailing list, you received your FREE copy of Empty Quiver. (Sign up now for future … Continue reading Empty Quiver Now Available!

New Year’s Demotivational Sale

Okay people, time for resolutions and hard work. Time to promise our partly buzzed New Year's selves that we'll live better. Longer. Healthier. And somewhere along the way develop six-pack abs. Let's get real. None of us will do those things. Our treadmills will continue to serve as a convenient place to stub toes during midnight snack … Continue reading New Year’s Demotivational Sale

Heroic Resolve

Back from a Christmas vacation on the beach and I'm just about to head out again to visit family. It was a working vacation - polishing up the first draft of my next novel. I think I'm at that point in my writing where I need to be away from the world to get serious … Continue reading Heroic Resolve

No, not That Turkey

Like everyone else from coast to coast, I was busy last week stuffing my face with food. Turkey, dressing, ham, pie, some kind of green, squirmy, jello-thing. Whatever was set before me, I ate. Unless it had green beans. My mom makes this casserole which apparently people that like green beans think is really amazing. … Continue reading No, not That Turkey

Crimson Son

How can a powerless kid confront his father's world of weaponized humans? Sample Chapter - Chapter One Available at:     Description: Nineteen-year-old Spencer Harrington is the son of the Crimson Mask, the world’s most powerful superhero. Since witnessing his mother’s abduction two years ago, he’s been confined to his father’s arctic bunker. When the “Icehole” comes … Continue reading Crimson Son

Fictional Work is Hard Work

I just found the easy part of self publishing. I headed over to Amazon to scope things out for the big release next week. I figured, as with everything thus far, that the process of officially publishing (digitally distributing?) would include much decision making and uploading and back and forth, etc. etc. Not so much. A … Continue reading Fictional Work is Hard Work

eBook Math and the 500 Pound Gorilla

I've uncovered a whole host of eBook distribution services - Lulu, Vook, BookTango, Pressbooks, and Ebookit. I'd advise checking out all of them if you have an interest in eBook distributors. I'm going to stick with last week's choices, Smashwords and BookBaby because they're my top two. I've also been poking around data that includes … Continue reading eBook Math and the 500 Pound Gorilla

Trials of the Ring Bearer

I've got this story hanging from a chain around my neck. There's a constant temptation to slip it on my finger and get wrapped up in the world I've created and forget about this arduous journey. Ignore the trials and tribulation of the "real". Find an easy way to victory. But lo, that is not … Continue reading Trials of the Ring Bearer