Did someone say sale? That’s right, I did! The End Is All We See is now on sale for just $0.99! If you’ve been too broke, too preoccupied, too lazy, too out of the know, or just plain too hesitant to pick up a copy, now is your chance to do it at a steal. From April 27th – April 30th you can grab the eBook for less than a buck, marked down from $2.99. But if you wait too long, you’ll miss out.
It’s always nerve wracking to send a book out for review. As a reviewer myself, I’m keenly aware of the critical eyes that search out flaws in writing like a pig sniffs truffles. This is the way it should be. My writing has already been though the sniff test on my end… but sending it out to be tested by someone another’s truffle sniffer inevitably has me biting my nails.
Have I ever explained, Dear Reader, why I decided to team up with A.J. Brown for our project The End Is All We See / All We See Is The End? It’s not just because he’s a great person. It’s not just because he’s supportive of other writers, and does his best to help others when he can. It’s not even because he and I hold a similar frame of mind when it comes to, I think, most things. Well… it might be a bit of all of these, but the real reason is because he’s a fantastic writer.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! The End Is All We See, a novelette I put together with the prolific A.J. Brown, is finally here! Both the paperback and eBook are available on Amazon, but you can get the ebook for free when you sign up for my newsletter–no strings attached.
Published by Tor Books and Paizo
Pathfinder Tales: Bloodbound, written by F. Wesley Schneider, is a novel set in the award-winning RPG world of Pathfinder. Before a copy of this book landed in my inbox, I was unfamiliar with Pathfinder. However, in high school I loved Dungeons and Dragons as well as the spin-off novel series Dragonlance. For that reason I have a special place in my heart for this type of writing
I wrote and published this blog post for Dread Central.
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Written by Adrian Barnes
Published by Titan Books
Set in present day Vancouver, Nod by Adrian Barnes throws us into an apocalyptic world set upon by a global insomniac event. The story is told through the eyes of an author, Paul, an introverted misanthrope, who is one of a precious few “Sleepers”—those who remain unaffected by the mysterious plague of non-sleep.
I’m super stoked to have my first gig doing book reviews, and for none other than the well-respected online horror news site DreadCentral.com
Recently I posted my my first review with them. Needless to say I was excited, if not a little nervous to put my opinion out there. Although I’m a regular contributor to the Mash Stories blog, I’ve never taken a stab at reviews until now.
I have dirty little secret. I’ll let you in on it over at Darkness Dwells where I’m guest blogging for this month’s Women In Horror post. Check it out!
I wrote and published this blog post for Mash Stories.
See the original post here.
Amazon keywords: they can be the bane of a writer’s existence. By virtue of the word they seem as though mastering them would unlock the secret to getting your book on the first page of an Amazon search. The cold hard truth is that only high sales can boost your book to the top of the list, but without the proper use of keywords you’re doomed. Knowing what keywords to use and how to use them can boost your unknown, low-sale book from search page 1,000 to search page 15. Screwing up your keywords will leave you mired in the deep dark swamp of other books. The best thing you can do to prevent this is to arm yourself with as much knowledge as possible before committing to these little nuggets of information.