Tag: self-publishing

Introducing Each One’s Wayward Niece – Available Now!

Introducing Each One’s Wayward Niece – Available Now!

When I decided to revive Everyone’s Child from my list of previously abandoned project files, I didn’t have a lot to work with. I only wrote 11,000 words worth of narrative before giving up the first time, and they skipped around quite badly. I also didn’t write any notes for the project, aside from a …

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Why it’s Important for Reoccurring Characters to Inhabit your World

Why it’s Important for Reoccurring Characters to Inhabit your World

Writing any story involves a complex balancing act between various different elements. Plot and pacing are two of the bigger ones, so they receive a lot of conversation. But lots of things contribute to the overall quality of the composition. Atmosphere is also important, and usually balanced according to individual scenes. Characters are another of …

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Introducing Headstrong Heavy Metal – Book 9 of the Celestial Serenade!

Introducing Headstrong Heavy Metal – Book 9 of the Celestial Serenade!

For a writer, the end of a project is always a double edged blade. The joy of seeing something to its ultimate completion is often tempered by the sorrow of leaving behind the world and characters you’ve created. There’s always a temptation to linger, to make the story longer so you can continue to hang …

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Introducing Someone’s Suffering Child – Now Available!

Introducing Someone’s Suffering Child – Now Available!

Last year when I both started streaming and finished my Eternity’s Empire project, I needed to decide what to do with the available time. I thought it might be interesting to stream the creation of a project from start to finish in order to chronicle the process. It turned out I couldn’t stream the entire …

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