The month of June 2014 was a turning point for me as a full-time writer. July was even better. But I will get to that part of the story in a minute. Bear with me for a moment as I reminisce about the good ol' days in 2011 when this journey started.
FREE was the key to success. I wrote my first book The Deliverer and a few months later, I had the next two books available and ready for the public to purchase and read. I made The Deliverer free and I was doing all right. I had a
A new book…written, edited, released. Writing a new story is always a fun and refreshing experience. The process of developing new characters and plots is the best part of being a writer. I’m proud of the newest edition to the Starborn series. This one is called Anywhere But Here: The Starborn Ascension - Book One.
A few months ago, the plan was to write a new fantasy series of books that would become a sprawling epic that might take me more than a year to write. Then I was suddenly
As I sit here listening to The Dark Knight soundtrack (it helps the creative writing process, I assure you!), I think about the future of my writing, and I'm not entirely sure where to go. I know as a reader, you probably don't want to hear that the writer doesn't know where he's going, but it has nothing to do with the stories themselves, rather which ones I should write and finish first.
To the left, you can see the book cover for the new fantasy series that I'm working on.
It's really cool to see what has happened over the course of two years. Two years ago today I released The Deliverer. Now, I've got six books out and I'm working on more. It's truly a very exciting time in our lives. Thank you all for supporting me and buying my books!
In other news, The Reckoning is free this week. I truly enjoy these promotion times. Using BookBub has truly turned into a legitimate marketing tool. I can't speak enough about this great service.
I'm writing full time now. That is my job. That is what I do. I released Out Of Darkness in February 2013. Between February and June a total of 70 pages were written toward the second book in the saga. People, that's not very much.
The reason for this was because my wife and I were working at a job here in Omaha, NE and it consumed our time. We didn't even have time to hang out with each other, much less spend time writing a novel. It was on my mind often and I knew I had