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"
What is it about indie science fiction that keeps the readers eating it up? The gossip from the publishing world is that SciFi is on a downhill trend, though I think that is only from the large guys, and their market share is being gobbled up by the indie authors. Go to amazon and you […]Read more "Indie Science Fiction Reviews!"
I’m joined today by Charlie Pulsipher and Jo Zebedee, two authors who share something in common. They each write in more than one genre. My main focus today is to discuss the difference between writing Science Fiction and Fantasy. We often see them lumped together into one ball. On amazon we have the Science Fiction […]Read more "Talking SF and Fantasy writing with Charlie Pulsipher and Jo Zebedee"
I’m really happy to be joined by cover artist Tom Edwards. He did the artwork for the upcoming Woodbridge Press anthology, Explorations: Through the Wormhole, and I couldn’t be more pleased with the end result. A little about the man behind the art: Tom Edwards is a freelance illustrator living and working in the UK. […]Read more "Interview with Cover Artist Tom Edwards"
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"