Tag: self-publishing

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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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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Sea of Twisted Souls – How Did the Cover Come About?

Sea of Twisted Souls – How Did the Cover Come About?

Today’s the big day! Release day! Now the trilogy is complete (again)! I hope you’ll take a look at the Mystical Island paperbacks and consider adding them to your collection. Today, I’d like to talk about the final book’s cover. Like the title, the Sea of Twisted Souls cover gave me more trouble than the …

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The Soul of the Earth Awakens!

The Soul of the Earth Awakens!

A little over a year ago, I released the first chapter of Eternity’s Empire, a series of short stories featuring college girls who discover they have the power of ancient goddesses. It was an experiment, really, to fill the gap between major projects. While I have finished at least two large novels since I started …

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