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!
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’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!
Today’s character spotlight is focused on Kendra Alscoradon. She’s crafty, she’s deadly, and she could steal the shirt off your back and be halfway to the next city before you noticed. She is also a loyal friend and strives to do the right thing, even if reluctantly. Kendra fled her home city of Alarantha as … Continue reading Meet Kendra
“Oh, you’re an author? Are you rich yet?” I have been asked this question–in jest, of course. I don’t think anyone actually expects me to make millions of dollars off of my writing endeavors. I’m not saying I wouldn’t be happy to do so, but I am saying that it’s not likely. You see, for … Continue reading An Author: What’s It Like?
The holidays! Oh what a splendid time to catch up with family, be kind and generous and, of course, eat. I enjoy them, I really do! Except, I also don’t. Now, before you call me a heathen and commit me to a mental facility, hear me out. The holidays are busy. Even if you don’t … Continue reading Ho Ho No
I confess myself nervous. Not the “I’ve robbed a bank and the cops are going to find me” nervous. Also not the “I can’t sleep because Christmas!” nervous. I’m somewhere in between. Tomorrow, November 8th, my second book will be sent out into the wild. The Coming Storm will officially become real. I mean, real for … Continue reading The Eve of the Storm