Juneta Key has an Author Spotlight feature on her blog where she highlights different authors and their works. Guess who she decided to do a spotlight on? She interviewed myself and Arthur Mace, the main character from my book Arthur Mace, Medieval Gumshoe. It was fun and I’m glad I had the opportunity to participate.
Here we go, folks! My first novel is now available. I hope that you enjoy it. If you buy a copy and do enjoy it, I’d appreciate a favorable review on Amazon. Good reviews are worth their weight in gold. I’ve just got the ebook out right now and I’m working on formatting the
So, I finally went and published my first novel to Amazon. There was that moment when I’m sitting there, staring at the button for the last step in the process, and hesitating. This is it. The make or break moment. I publish this and put something out into the world, and hope that enough people
It Happened in a Flash was recently released and I’ve got a story in it. It’s a flash fiction tale of a young boy learning what makes a hero. Will The Real Captain Amazo Please Stand Up? was submitted for the anthology on Holly’s Writing Classes forums. Holly’s been working on getting her site out
Once again, Cat Gerlach has asked me to contribute to her Indie Author Advent Calendar. She gathers stories from a number of indie authors and posts one each day during the Christmas season. The stories will be up until Christmas Day, then they disappear. So, if you want to read mine, you’d best get to
74,006. That’s my total number of words written over the last year. I started on December 3 of last year and decided I was going to write every day, come Hell or high water. And I’ve done it. My goal was to get at least 100 words every day. I did that and usually ended
So, I’m helping the kids with their homework during the afternoon homework session at the center. Two of the kids (7 – 8 years old) decide that having a shoving contest with me was a better idea than doing homework. Once we got that settled (I won) they were supposed to sit and read. One
So I was talking with one of the kids this morning, a young girl of seven years old. The conversation went something like this: Her: It’s ‘Meet the author’ Day at school. Me: That’s cool. Maybe you can meet me there sometime on ‘Meet the author day.’ Did you know that I’m a writer?
Let’s face it. I’m a bad blogger. My last post was … egads … last September. I’m not sure why I don’t post more often. I think it is because I don’t have much to say, which is strange as I’m trying to make it as a writer. I mean I could just talk about
Back at the beginning of the summer someone made a post on Facebook about the #100daysofwords Challenge. The basic idea is that you write at least 100 words a day, for 100 days in a row. If you miss a day. you have to start over again. The intent is that you write 100 words