Tag: self-publishing

An Imperial Daughter’s Woe – Eternity’s Empire Chapter 15

An Imperial Daughter’s Woe – Eternity’s Empire Chapter 15

It’s been absolutely delightful opening my writer’s notebook this year to share the developmental details of Eternity’s Empire. In case you missed it, I talked about Ganga over here, Amaterasu over here, Thora here and, finally Aphrodite here. So what’s left? Aeternitas of course! And I’m excited to finally talk about her because she’s probably …

Read More Read More

Make Line Editing Easy – A Helpful Guide for Indies

Make Line Editing Easy – A Helpful Guide for Indies

The top piece of feedback I note in reviews of self-published fiction is lack of proper editing. We’re talking about line edits here; basic spelling, grammar and structure. This tends to be the first thing most readers notice, because it breaks up the flow and makes the story difficult to read. A high number of …

Read More Read More

A Behind the Scenes Look at The Light of Eternity – Available Now!

A Behind the Scenes Look at The Light of Eternity – Available Now!

To celebrate the release of The Light of Eternity to paperback, I spent some time Monday looking back at the initial creation process. I covered such topics as the original idea, the covers and the music I listen to while I’m working. Today I want to take a look at the planning stages and the …

Read More Read More

Lover’s Lament – Eternity’s Empire Chapter 14

Lover’s Lament – Eternity’s Empire Chapter 14

Chapter Fourteen of Eternity’s Empire has finally arrived and, at long last, we get to talk about Aphrodite! (If you’d like to learn more about the previous guardians you can find Ganga here, Amaterasu here, and Thora over here!) When I started this project, there was no question I would include at least one god …

Read More Read More

Leaving a Legacy in the Digital Age

Leaving a Legacy in the Digital Age

On May 24th the Internet mourned the passing of John “TotalBiscuit” Bain, a prominent game critic, e-sports caster and Youtuber who spent the last four years fighting cancer. On May 28th, the pillars of his podcast gathered to memorialize him, and after listening to their heartfelt memories, I decided to write this post. I never …

Read More Read More