I thought I'd talk more about what informs my writing with this post. Apologies in advance for the length of it. I started this piece last year, but never got around to posting it for various reasons. I thought long and hard about my intentions with this blog. Should I brand myself and go in … Continue reading The Education of An Aimless Man
There are sharks out there, guys, and they're unscrupulous. They want to feed and they don't care how or who they eat. This article on David Gaughran's blog is a must read. It will help you make an informed choice when the time comes and you're in a situation where you want to use someone … Continue reading Penguin’s Solution for Authors: One Racket To Rule Them All
It is done. The color issues have been sorted and The Seals of Abgal is now available in paperback. It looks stunning. It really does, and it's not me being an arrogant twit. Fena Lee did a phenomenal job. I'm going to stick with this style for the series. It makes sense to do so, … Continue reading The Seals of Abgal is Available in Paperback!
My wife recently returned from a week-long business trip to Australia. To make up for the time we spent apart, She brought me back one of those I-missed-you gifts (It's our thing that we do if either of us goes away for longer than a day). This gift turned out to be a wax stick … Continue reading I Love Old School Things
I received this article by Chip MacGregor in my email earlier today and it piqued my interest. In the past I've often wondered about my writing voice and I've concluded that it is something that happens naturally. I don't think it can be forced. I suppose one can pretend a voice by writing in a certain style, but … Continue reading How Can I Find My Writing Voice? By Writing For Your Twin
This seems to be the week for infographics at my blog. Enjoy! Via: CableTV.com
I found this on Ebook Friendly.