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
The countdown to publication begins! A Call of Moonhart is available to pre-order from Amazon! You can read the first two chapters on the Sylphan Media Group website. Come, take a look, and then place an order. Enjoy!