Month: March 2017

What I Learned – James Patterson

Early 2016 I decided to work on my craft. I thought perhaps taking a workshop or a class may help me, maybe. At the time that I was thinking these things, mulling them over before taking the leap, and making the investment, I saw a few of my fellow writers

Cross Sharing: Self Promotion – Stop hoping your book will sell without you!

Today a fellow author, SL Perrine, posted a video giving advice from her experience to writers that are either new to the indie industry or struggling. I saw a version of this earlier in the day and asked her to make another one more open for just the authors of

What’s the SFA Project?

“The goal of this anthology is to shout loud and proud that The South holds some of the best horror writers and authors. What’s unique about this project is that it will not only include a collection of shorts but also hold hand-picked dark poetry! We simply cannot limit an anthology

Official Announcement – BWP Signing

As with my article on The Buzzkill Magazine, some may have seen this coming in my future. For a long time, many believed me to be considered fully a signed author with Burning Willow Press, LLC, but though I had been contracted for the shorts appearing in their anthologies, I

The Painting of Martel Release Party

The History of the Short: The Painting of Martel started out as a little submission for the anthology Painted Mayhem to help raise funds for those living and surviving with PTSD, from there the short has climbed from the anthology’s pages and has been revamped. The newly polished and reworked edition

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