Well, I had a little blip with my laptop, but everything is back to normal now so regular posting will actually resume this week. And to ring that in, I have good news! My book is only $0.99 in the Kindle store! The promotion will only last for a week, so make sure to grab … Continue reading My book is on sale!
It's almost the end of January and I've had 28 days to start work on my second draft of Project Pea. I've only started rewriting Chapter 3 tonight (there are currently 21 chapters), but the great thing is that I've gotten a lot more done than just actually writing more content. Before I even started … Continue reading How To Do a Draft Two
Can you imagine a world without books? Where hands never went to keys, pen never went to paper, quill never went to parchment? If I were to paint a picture of this world, it would be bleak and dark. It might not even exist. Because without books we may still be able to talk, but … Continue reading Writeober Day 13: Books
I've always felt that as a writer, it's so important to read good books. I mean, I love to read anyway, but I really like to find unique authors that offer a different perspective because they, in turn, can give me new ideas about what I'm writing. A new favourite author I discovered years ago … Continue reading Agatha Christie
My collection of short stories, The Drabbles of a Dreamer, is now available for purchase! The Kindle ebook is live as we speak, and the paperback will be available in a day or two! Please note that Amazon has formatted the "sneak peek" of the ebook rather oddly (working on getting it changed as I … Continue reading The Day is Here!
Let’s stop writing half-hearted stories. I recently rewatched the Lord of the Rings trilogy and I’m currently rereading the books as well. It struck me towards the end of Return of the King: Why don’t people tell stories like this anymore? Obviously, Tolkien was a genius and poured his life and soul into Middle Earth. … Continue reading The Stories that Matter
Introducing my very first fiction book, coming June 30th! Well, it's kinda complicated. It's actually a collection of really short stories rather than a book, but...you get what I mean. Several months ago I realised that I had tons of short stories just sitting around in my Documents folder that I had written over the … Continue reading The Drabbles of a Dreamer