Recently I finished the first draft of my second ever novel, and I thought I would do a quick little blog about it. I haven’t been very active here lately, mainly because I’m crazy busy with everything. I’m working on producing two Explorations collections, the next one is due out at the end of July […]Read more "Sleepy Grove: A Paranormal Thriller"
It’s been way too long since I’ve written a blog, and one of the major reasons for that is time. Let me catch you up. I’m an author. Or like to think of myself as one. I still haven’t published a novel, but more on that later. I have written a fair amount, and have […]Read more "2017 Update"
My blog can be a bit of a random thing, coming sporadically as I juggle a bunch of things at once in my life. I do interviews sometimes, book or movie reviews, and talk about my publishing company Woodbridge Press. Today I wanted to talk about one of the things I’m most passionate about. Badminton…I […]Read more "My upcoming stories…"
Today I’m interviewing Richard Fox, the best-selling author of The Ember War Saga. Here is a bit about him: Richard grew up as an Air Force brat and graduated from the United States Military Academy. He spent ten years on active duty in the United States Army and deployed to Iraq twice. He’s worked […]Read more "Interview with Richard Fox, author of The Ember War Saga"
I had a story published last December 26th in Saturday Night Reader’s Online Magazine, and since they are now shut down, I wanted to share the little Christmas tale again this year. I was sad to learn they were shutting down when I heard the news a few months ago. I was lucky enough to […]Read more "Christmas Story – Never Too Old"
Today I’m interviewing Steven Poore about his newly published Fantasy book and more! Here is a bit about him before we get started. Steven Poore is an Epic Fantasist and SF Socialist. He lives in Sheffield with a crafty partner and a three-legged cat, and cannot move for towers of books. Heir to the North […]Read more "Author Interview with Steven Poore"
My month of writing has come to an end with me reaching 50,010 words. The last day I was surprised by how much tension left my shoulders as I typed those last words, putting me over the goal-line. I know it sounds kind of strange to feel so much stress about something I was doing […]Read more "NaNoWriMo: A Month in Review"