Of all the worst luck… I wasn’t feeling well on release day. So, I’m celebrating with you guys now! Royal Oaks has been release! It’s available as an e-book and in paperback. To me, this is a success, regardless of sales. This is a dream I’ve had my whole life and it’s finally come true. ... Continue Reading →
As for a publishing update, I’m currently waiting on the author copy of the paperback to show up in my mailbox. I’m beyond excited to see my name on the cover of a book. After I decide what tweaks need to be made to the cover formatting (there’s always tweaks to be made) then all... Continue Reading →
I have patience in some situations. I waited for a good version of Deadpool for near a decade. However, I simply couldn’t wait to get the pre-order of Royal Oaks out. The e-book pre-order is live! What are you waiting for? Go pre-order!
The cover has been selected! Seeing it formatted makes my heart skip a beat but the job isn’t done yet. The next step is formatting the manuscript for e-book format. I’ve already started working on it and seeing that file looking like a real book is everything. I can’t wait until the day I have... Continue Reading →
What’s the first thing you look at when you’re considering buying a new book? The front cover. What about the second thing? The back cover. While the front cover of a book can often become iconic (think the apple from Twilight), personally, I think the back is a little more important. That’s where you find... Continue Reading →
As far back as I can remember I was always writing something. When I was little I had a spiral notebook with a blue cover and I filled it with little poems and stories. As I got older the poetry thing fell off. I’m not very poetic. The stories, however, stuck and I’ve spent half... Continue Reading →