Eternity’s Empire is Coming to Kindle Unlimited!

Eternity’s Empire is Coming to Kindle Unlimited!

It’s been a big year for releases; different releases than I anticipated, but exciting none-the-less. I’ve talked a bit already about changing the release schedule for Eternity’s Empire, but as we wind down the year I have one more announcement about the future of the series. As I’ve mentioned several times, Eternity’s Empire is going …

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Just a Fan; a Tale of Humility

Just a Fan; a Tale of Humility

I’ve done two rounds of Seven Deadly Sins prompts, mostly because I have such a large pool of characters to draw from. While flipping through other prompt suggestions, I happened to find a list of the Seven Heavenly Virtues (which seem to get a lot less press). In case you’ve never heard of them, they …

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Don’t Allow Fear to Influence Your Story

Don’t Allow Fear to Influence Your Story

I’ve noticed a disturbing trend among video game plots lately. Writers start down a path, digging their fingers into the dirt and grime of untouched territory, only to pull back at the last moment. What starts as a journey toward an unconventional ending always ends the same; safely, with the outcome everyone expects. It’s frustrating. …

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The Productivity Roadblock

The Productivity Roadblock

I’ve been asked a lot lately how to get started writing novels. Which is cool, because people must think I know what I’m doing. My advice is almost always the same; when you first start out, there’s value in writing every day. You need to build some kind of writing discipline, a dedicated writing habit. …

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Sea of Twisted Souls – But What of the Lovers?

Sea of Twisted Souls – But What of the Lovers?

When Damian left San Francisco to explore the strange island which appeared off its coast, he never imagined he’d be caught in a life-long rivalry with Sentomoru, the islands enigmatic ruler. But of course, the trilogy’s central conflict can’t be forgotten. It’s time to resolve it – once and for all. My co-author and I …

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