Descent Into Madness Cover Revealed!

Descent Into Madness is the penultimate book in the Forgotten Years series. Up until now, the story has expanded and revealed elements of a world being torn in many directions by creatures right out of children’s stories. The Red Swords are advancing, and the Reaver’s orcish armies still rampage across the land, completely unchecked. But … Continue reading Descent Into Madness Cover Revealed!

So, Where Are We?

FAQ about Descent Into Madness: When Can We See The Cover?: The Cover reveal is on Friday, January 25th! Check here, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook! Where Are You On The Book?: Currently, I am in round 2 of edits. Then the manuscript goes back to my proofreader, then I make final (hopefully) edits. Then I … Continue reading So, Where Are We?

I’m a Tease!

I’m not ready to reveal the complete cover, because Descent Into Madness’ release date is still a few months away–early April, probably. But I do so hate keeping everything to myself, so here is a small cover tease. I think the cover, just like the book’s contents, is not going to disappoint. This third Forgotten … Continue reading I’m a Tease!

What Came Next Was Unspeakable

The people of Cygil have more to worry about than orcs and goblins. What came after was pure Madness. It threatens to overrun the Realm and consume everything and everyone. It cannot be reasoned with. It cannot be bargained with. It may not even be able to be fought.

Marketing Is Simple, Right?

You published your book and you’re ready to share it with the world! Hop on social media and let everyone know and it’ll be easy, right? Here are the proper steps: Get on social media Gain lots of followers Let those followers know about your book. Do it again. Keep doing it. Wonder why it’s … Continue reading Marketing Is Simple, Right?

Progress!

I’ve been quiet here for a while. As I’ve said before, I only talk when there is something worth saying. However, I also know that periodic updates are good. So here is one! Descent Into Madness is nearing the halfway point of first-round edits. I’m telling you, this is probably my favorite book in The … Continue reading Progress!