Again to my surprise two of my books and one of my covers made it to the finals of the eFestival of Words – Best of the Independent eBook Awards The nominations were by peers, meaning people somehow connected with writing and/or publishing. This time the vote is open for the public.
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Happy weekend everyone. Today, May 17th, is the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. Like a lot of authors I participate in the Hop Against Homophobia and Transphobia 2014. You’ll find the complete list, with links, at the bottom of this post. Be sure to check them out, because they deserve your support, and most […]
To my surprise, and excitement, I’ve been nominated for the 2014 eFestival of Words – Best of the Independent eBook Awards Not once, but four times.
I’m editing and formatting the last chapters of my latest Epic Fantasy & Gay Romance book, Pawn Storm, part three of four of The Invisible Hands, the sixth volume in the Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse series. This means I’m still on course for a release early next week, mainly thanks to my editor […]
I’m writing the last scenes of The Invisible Hands — Part 3: Pawn Storm. I had thought to almost, but not quite, reveal the identity of the Trachian prince at the end of this book, and keep the secret for the next book, The Invisible Hands — Part 4: Mate. This would have been a […]
I’m about 120k words into The Invisible Hands — Part 3: Pawn Storm. I’m writing the final chapters in which some situations come to a tragic head, but in which we also may learn who the Trachian prince is, or at least come very near to discovering his identity. Meanwhile, this is a first excerpt […]
I’m about 80,000 words into what was supposed to become the last book in the next Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse trilogy, and I’m fairly sure now that is not going to happen. The trilogy, I mean. There simply are too many characters and there is too much happening to fit in just three […]
It used to be simple. If a publisher was interested in your work he paid you an advance and published your work. These days once respected publishers like Penguin operate as vanity-presses. They try to sell you something, for thousands of dollars, that you can do for yourself or for which you can hire people […]
I recently got tagged by Alex A. Akira, author of the Dojo Boy-series to participate in The Next Big Thing blog hop. I get to answer ten questions about my latest work or a work-in-progress and tag some authors I admire and want to share with you.