Category: Misc

Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Buy Maxwell Demon and Be Reading L. Bachman’s Work

The Blasphemer Series is re-launching soon into the public realm with the re-release of the book Maxwell Demon, but what does that even mean for you the consumer? Why should you care? I have 10 reasons why you should be reading L. Bachman’s work and devouring Maxwell Demon when it

Celebrate THE RE-RELEASE OF MAXWELL DEMON WITH SOME FREEBIES!

May 21st, 2020 marks the re-release of Maxwell Demon launching The Blasphemer Series back into the public. To celebrate you can now grab printable bookmarks and PC HD wallpapers! While at the page you can also take a fun quiz to see who you’d be in the world of The

The Word: The Importance of Beta Readers

Beta-readers are often considered some of the most important individuals in the writing business. They can provide some of the first impressions of a book as a reader before or even after editing has began taking place by a professional. Feedback, first impressions, or even small errors can be easily

[Brief Words] Interview of Edd Sowder

It is well known by now that for many years I worked for Burning Willow Press, LLC. I eventually began publishing my work with them as they signed my series. They gave me my first big graphics contract, they encouraged me as a writer and an artist, and when my

Learn Your Poets: Part 4

The month of April isn’t just about writing poems and taking part in Napowrimo. It is also about appreciating poetry from others and poets. I wanted to do a huge series on each poet that I knew of, including some of my favorites, but decided to break it down into

Why I Blog and Will Continue

I wrote the title of this and then spent too much time clutching my hot chocolate and staring. I came across many WordPress blog posts that posed the question: why do I blog? It’s a heavy question as I began to question myself. The original reason and the current have

An Art Post: My Dark Creations

Earlier today, after I gave my update about why I wasn’t active yesterday (Read: I Took a Mental Health Day). I wanted to see if I still had ‘it’. It being the good ol’ photoshop skills. This year was to be my year off from working for clients doing book covers

I Took a Mental Health Day

Yesterday, Sunday the 3rd of November, I decided after I pushed the keys for Nano I dedicated the rest of the day to relaxing the best that I could. I don’t take enough of these. I turned off my cellphone; I turned off the computer and spend the day doing

[Blogging Mindset] If You Stand for Nothing, You’ll Fall for Anything — The Art of Blogging

Truth be told, I could sum up this post with a simple sentence: Fight for your ideas! We can get technical, we can list dozens of rules of writing, blogging, curating online content, sharing it on social media, we can talk about properly formatting your blog posts, or writing captivating

AUTUMN TAG – Are You Ready for Sweater Weather?

After the Nanowrimo 20 Questions Tag I became curious about other tags that might be going on I discovered one called The Autumn Tag on many blogs. I wasn’t tagged, but I’ll tag the blogs I found this tag on. Adventures of a Bibliophile, Perfectly Tolerable, Jenniely, and Papereyedgirl are

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