Potomac Shadows #3: Beacon’s Fury DONE Out 7/1
SF time travel series – outlining
Space Opera series – brainstorming
Epic fantasy series – brainstorming
Various short stories in progress
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Two bits of news today (more to follow): –The good folks over at Genre Reader posted the cover art of the book, plus awesome covers of some other indie books. So check them out and grab the ones that grab … Continue reading
As a bonus to my readers, here’s an excerpt from Beacon’s Spark, now available as a pre-order: I stared down the drab hallway, the heavy weight of fear pressing me firmly in my ugly blue molded plastic chair. I opened … Continue reading
I’m home safe and sound from Shore Leave, where I had a great time catching up with old friends and making new ones. I promoted my upcoming urban fantasy series, Potomac Shadows, while I was there, and handed out postcards. … Continue reading
It’s that time of year once again, when writers and fans gather in Hunt Valley, MD for the Shore Leave convention! I’ll be there with books to sell, knowledge to impart, and fun to be had. If you’re able to … Continue reading
Long time away from video capability and updating, but here’s a two-week update of the challenge. Book 2 rolls along, just about 2/3rds of the way there. On Day 65 now, charging into the third month.
Days 44 through 50, finally had a chance to do an update! Didn’t have video capability for a while, so here we go. More progress; not as much as I’d like but rolling forward with the new day job, writing, … Continue reading
Another day down, closing in on the halfway point of the challenge.
Brief update with one more sprint, and more progress on book 2.
Another quick update for Day 41 of the challenge. Forty-one! Heck of a streak. Onward.
Quick video for days 39 and 40. Four total sprints over those two days, nearly 6,000 words. Onward to today and the sprints. I feel like I’m nickel and diming the novel, but the word count is slowly increasing.