I'm looking over my shoulder at 2015 and I'm shaking my head in bemusement. Damn, it was a difficult year. It promised a lot of things but either failed to deliver or under delivered. But there were surprises too. And new promises. Lots of new promises. Kōsa Press brought out its first anthology These Broken Worlds … Continue reading Goodbye 2015, Come here 2016!
I had the distinct honor of having e-Books India interview me. In the interview, I talk about Kōsa Press and The Collective SF and current projects. I give some background to the birth of The Seals of Abgal and about "The Dead God" and I reveal the official title for my retelling of The Pied Piper of Hamelin for The Collective SF. … Continue reading My Interview With e-Books India
A while ago I briefly mentioned that Woelf Dietrich is a pen name. I took it from Wolfdietrich who is a German hero of romance. I thought it apt given my primary writing interest. Also, there is a hotel by the same name in Austria, but that is another story. I discovered the history behind Wolfdietrich … Continue reading The Meaning Behind The Name Woelf Dietrich
It's Friday morning here in New Zealand and this day just became gorgeous. This morning, like any other morning, I got up and made some coffee. I went outside, as I usually do, to light a cigarette and watch Stella chase birds around the garden, and enjoy my coffee. They steal her food so chasing … Continue reading Amazing Stories | Indie Book Review: The Seals of Abgal
I'm featured on Book Addict Mumma's Author Spotlight. The Seals of Abgal received a five-star review from them last month. Shortly after that I received a message from Kristy--the brains behind Book Addict Mumma--wanting to do an interview with me. "Whoa!" I thought, I've never done an interview before. And then I grinned, showing lots of … Continue reading Book Addict Mumma: AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT – Woelf Dietrich
The free promo day was an interesting experience, but it's clear that I have a long way to go when it comes to exposure for Seals. I didn't spend any money on marketing, just used that which were available to me like this blog, Twitter, and Facebook. I also have a wonderful bunch of writer friends … Continue reading New Price Tag For Seals of Abgal: $1.99