Feedback needed

I’ve been contemplating this idea in my head for quite some time now, so I thought I’d share it with everyone. I’m considering writing a self-help book for aspiring writers. It would also double as a self-improvement book on life as well, drawn from my past experiences in writing and personal life. I’d appreciate anyContinue reading “Feedback needed”

What’s in my future with Kensington Gore?

Now that Kensington Gore has acquired the publishing rights for my two novellas Kill Zombies and The Bloody Ripper, what does this mean for the future of these two books? Well for starters, they’ll both need to be expanded into full-length novels. The publisher has made this a requirement. So I’ll probably be copiously studyingContinue reading “What’s in my future with Kensington Gore?”

Leopard Apocalypse update

As many of you know, I’ve been working on The Leopard Apocalypse, the 3rd book of my flagship Leopard King Saga series for the past few months now. It’s been a challenge. I first started writing it in 2012 and since then haven’t had time to complete it. Mainly because of all the editing onContinue reading “Leopard Apocalypse update”

Work versus fame

  Most of us have heard the phrase “it’s the journey, not the destination that shapes who we become.” It’s been repeated countless time to be considered cliche. So why write a blog post about it? Simple. There’s a lot that goes into writing that is out of a writer’s control. Sales for instance. WithContinue reading “Work versus fame”

Distractions & Discipline

This post is for anyone whose writing time has been butchered by the various distractions that abound in daily life. I know this for a fact because my next Historical Fantasy novel, The Leopard Apocalypse, was affected by distractions. For months on end I was focused on building up my social media platform. And myContinue reading “Distractions & Discipline”

The truth about editing

If you’ve ever published a book, or have considered publishing a book. Then remember these five words: editing is an ongoing process. You’re probably wondering what I mean by that. Well, it’s simple, don’t think for a moment when you’re published that the work is done. Let me explain. When I first embarked on myContinue reading “The truth about editing”