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*Originally Posted 6 December 2017 I have read online blog and social media posts where people claim that you don’t need to have a university or college degree to write a book. I believe this is true. However, you do need to know your craft. The first time I wrote a book I thought to… Continue reading Authors, Know Thy Craft!
*Originally Posted 6 December 2017 I published my very first novel, The Guardians of Eastgate: Seers Book I, this past summer. It was officially released for sale on all online platforms on August 30th. During the process of getting that first edition out to the public, and since then, I have learned a lot. I’ve… Continue reading Traditional Publishing, Assisted Self-Publishing, or Self-Publishing?
How long should my debut novel be? When I was writing the first edition of my first novel, a big question for me was how long should a debut novel be? One of the first places I went to try to figure this out was Wikipedia. What I found out there was that writing over… Continue reading How Long Should a Debut Novel Be?
*Posted in its original form on 18 November 2017. This post has been updated to reflect any changes that have occured since. Hello all! Here is the updated cover for my short story collection, The Guardians of Sterrenvar. This short story collection is being offered as a free gift, a thank-you really, for anyone who… Continue reading Short Story Collection: The Guardians of Sterrenvar
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