Deadlines and Vacations

"I have a deadline today right in the middle of a forced vacation at my mom’s. Luckily I’ve managed to secure the loft above the garage. It’s quiet here with no internet connection and just the swish of treetops swaying in the wind as company." I posted this to Instagram earlier this week. I can … Continue reading Deadlines and Vacations

Writing Markets for Speculative Fiction Writers

The other day I asked some friends of mine on Facebook about the advantages of still writing for online magazines--specifically speculative fiction magazines. My question was less prompted by a search for bragging rights than it was about searching for ways to find more eyeballs on my work. My query resulted in two confirmations: 1) … Continue reading Writing Markets for Speculative Fiction Writers

The Seals of Abgal

I did not do any marketing for Seals of Abgal prior to its publication on 30 December 2012. Even now, apart from the odd tweet here and there, I still haven't. I should know better. After all, I've been researching the world of indie publishing since the start of 2012. However, this writing thing is something that has brewed inside of me since age … Continue reading The Seals of Abgal

Insight Into My Writing Life

I discovered the blog, Part-Time Novel ~ Writing Between Living, today and must say it is a cool place to hangout. More so if you're like me and you're at the beginning parts of stumbling through the emotional ups and downs of the writing process. The blog's creator, Bob Evenhouse, created an entertaining and informative blog that … Continue reading Insight Into My Writing Life