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The NaNo Novel Mix-Up

On the 1st of November, 2012, I began writing the first draft of what would later become Dead and Buryd. Since then, every November I sat sat down and written the first 50,000 words of the next Out of Orbit … Continue reading

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Dead Stress under Deadlines

I had a very exciting day yesterday. Instead of groaning as I received yet another spam or pointless email, I was glued to my gmail as I made a decision on an editor for the third Out of Orbit book. … Continue reading

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Natalie Wright, H.A.L.F, and Ditching Romeo & Juliet

Natalie and I have known each other since around the time Dead and Buryd was in the run to being released. We’ve swapped guest posts a couple of times over the last year, and I’m so thrilled that we were … Continue reading

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Multiple Projects means Many Headaches

There is something funny about the evolution of ideas for creatively minded people. The more you work: the more ideas you have. It’s a momentum thing. Once you gather speed, it’s easier to simply keep going than it is to … Continue reading

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Cross Hobby Marketing

I am a self-published author. While some people consider this as ‘I couldn’t get a publishing deal’, I think of it as having my own little company. I also have a number of friends who have their own companies. Mostly, … Continue reading

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Sales, Sequels, and Self-Publishing

It’s been quite a while since I last did a blog post. This is due to a number of reasons that I won’t bore you with. The main reason, however, is that I’ve been very busy writing, editing, and setting … Continue reading

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Sci-Festival Headliner, Hugh Howey

January has been a wonderful month for me, despite being busy as anything. In fact, being busy has been what has made it so great. I’ve been running around, working, learning more about some fantastic authors through Sci-Festival, and writing … Continue reading

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Sci-Festival Interview 10 with Roz Morris

Roz Morris is a very talented person in a number of ways. One of those people who you look at and think: I want to be like you, because you’re awesome. I wish I’d had that idea. So, I was … Continue reading

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Sci-Festival Interview 9 with Stanley Morris

Sci-Festival is drawing closer to the close, but I still have a couple of great interviews for you. Today, Stanley Morris. How did you get into writing Sci-Fi/Fantasy? I was one of those children who fell in love with Star … Continue reading

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Sci-Festival Interview 8 with Timothy Callahan

We’re gearing up for the last interview with Sci-Festival with the awesome Hugh Howey, but before we get there, we have some fantastic authors over the next few days. You also have me, but I won’t mind if people skip … Continue reading

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