I’ve never had a novel as anticipated as Brother, Frankenstein. So I have a lot to talk to you about, since now… now, we finally have a launch date.
The Dark Knight (the sequel to The Red King) and Texocalypse Now, the offering penned by me in collaboration with Nick Cole, have gotten a lot of attention. But there were three other books launched on Feb. 23rd that I think you will really enjoy. So check out these three awesome books and put them on your device today. You’ll thank me!
So this is extremely cool. I’m in this new book bundle called “Tales of Future Past” which includes a bundle of 8 books including such awesome authors as Kevin J. Anderson (Alternitech) and Erik Wecks (Aetna Adrift). The book I have in this bundle is FUTURITY, a time travel novel you’ve probably never read before since it is not currently available for sale.
So many people are asking me about the Brother, Frankenstein cover, that I wanted to put a permanent landing page with the info about the cover so authors and others can go straight to the artist!
This is it! The new multi-writer world of Apocalypse Weird launches today! Five new books (including the sequel to The Red King) are now available… The Dark Knight by Nick Cole The story begun in The Red King continues as survivors band together to build a modern-day castle against a tide of dark forces overrunning […]
I created something of a stir the other day with the reveal of the Brother, Frankenstein cover, so I figured I’d take a moment and answer a few questions I’m getting peppered with since the reveal.
This whole thing is a metaphor. It still works and is true the way it’s written, but sometimes I’m too subtle so… this whole thing is a metaphor. We live completely off-grid on an off-grid farm in an off-grid community. The grid really doesn’t have much to do with my topic today, but I thought […]
Well, we’re doing the webinar again, only this time the thing is super-sized with two added modules. And get this, if you paid to get the original webinar, you get the new stuff for free. It’s kind of crazy.
That title sounds ominous, doesn’t it? But there are some things I need to say, so I might as well be as ominous as possible… Yesterday, on my own private Facebook page I made several statements against author spam in Facebook groups. These statements were not new at all. I’ve made them over and over […]
One of the greatest tools used by those who would disparage Indie publishing is the “outlier” myth. The outlier myth (OM) goes like this: When discussing the merits of Indie publishing, you are not allowed to mention any successful Indie published authors. Why? Because anyone who is successful is an outlier.
Indie Authors are Independent Business Owners. They MUST monitor the market and have the flexibility to adapt to what readers want.
“I’m an accidental Amish Sci-Fi writer.” I said this during a recent NPR interview and got a good laugh out of my interviewer. “Explain that!” he said. I never intended to be a fiction author, though I knew I’d really enjoy writing fiction.