Whew, what a couple of weeks it’s been. Bleeding Edge was released on the 21st of October – just under a month ago – and it’s done much better than I ever hoped it would. I knew the book was good and the cover art by Eric Summers was killer, but to see it haveContinue reading “Bleeding Edge launch”
Tag Archives: writing
Editing on a budget
This post is for all the new authors who are still trying to figure out how the heck they’re ever going to afford professional editing with no money behind them at the start of their career. I’ve broken up the rest of this post into my top tips.
The Dice Gods demand blood
I’m plotting out my next book at the moment, really fleshing things out. I have always known the overarching shape of the story and where we were going to end up, but all the bits in between are hazy. I like discovering them as I go. I reached a juncture today where things are gettingContinue reading “The Dice Gods demand blood”
Crunchy or creamy? How do you like it?
And no, I’m not talking about peanut butter. I’m talking about LitRPG.
I’ve got some pretty exciting news. A few years back, I bought a program called Dragon Naturally Speaking by a company named Nuance in an attempt to boost my writing productivity.
A long overdue update
Hello friends! I just wanted to take the time to give you all a bit of an update on a couple of things. I’ve been a bit quiet for the past six months, and after saying I was going to give everybody monthly updates, that just hasn’t happened. My bad.
January 2020 Update
A blog update for January 2020.
December 2019 Update
A blog update for December 2019.
November 2019 Update
A blog update for November 2019.
October 2019 Update
A blog update for October 2019.