Last year, I accomplished some big things. I published my first novel to Amazon, A Call of Moonhart, I finished one draft and one rewrite of a book I’m calling Harmony in Three Voices, and I began the research for my next novel series. It’s possible that I’ll get Harmony published in 2018. It’s pretty … Continue reading Looking Forward to 2018
This has not been an easy summer, in any number of ways. Obviously, blogging has been one of those elements that has suffered over the summer. But this is a good forum for me to discuss the current project and what my plans for it are. So, here goes: I’ve previously mentioned that I'm researching … Continue reading Update on the Historical Novel(s)
I’m running into an issue with my research for the medieval murder mystery. Not everything I want to know is online! Or, if it is, it isn’t in English! I know … shocking. I’m working on the language aspect. My French reading skills are getting better so, if I can find documentation in French, I … Continue reading A Failure of Google-Fu
I tried to figure it out this year. I try to figure it out every year but I really have lost track by now. However, I think my first WisCon may have been WisCon 20. WisCon was my first SFF convention, has been pretty much my only convention, save for a couple of forays into … Continue reading Post WisCon Blues
My new novel, A Call of Moonhart, is available now to purchase through Amazon.com. Due to popular demand — seriously, I was amazed and gratified at how many people wanted to hold a printed book — a PRINT copy is available as well. If you really want to go old school, in a few weeks, you … Continue reading A Call of Moonhart now available!
The page proof is here! Now I can go through it and make sure that all is in place for everyone of you who have asked about a print edition. I'm still on track for the print to be ready at the same time as the ebook.
I must admit, I totally missed how many people still want to read print books. Apparently, I made the move to ebooks so decisively that I hadn’t realized I’d made it! So when I went to publish my first book, based on cost (to me) and cost (to the reader), I expected that making an … Continue reading Adventures in Indie Publishing