With past books, my inspiration generally came with my dreams. My Guardians series (the first of this series being published by Burning Willow Press) and Wolfe’s Fayt: The Rescue are main examples of this. There were a few times where I had a generalized thought and felt that it would make for a good book.... Continue Reading →
You will have to go to each link and read their submission requirements fully before submitting, but these are the top websites/publications paying for poetry entries! Alban Lake PublishingWinter TangerineSpace and TimeKaleidotrope Eye to the Telescope Check out HorrorTree.com to find more information on places taking submissions and so much more!
I had the honor to get a hold of some of Mr. Sowder's time and ask him a few questions. I wanted to do a more in-depth follow-up to the post I did called The Word: Mythbusting – Stereotypes and Misconceptions of Self-pubbing and independent pubbing and that's what this is meant to be. I... Continue Reading →
From the outside, one could easily look at the independent and self-publishing community as weird, a big joke, or even bizarre. Through my years of jumping from self-published, to being signed to a small press, and back again I have seen many conflicts arise. Authors/writers becoming upset in a vague post or this person saying... Continue Reading →
At nine years old, I walked home from school each day to hunch over my wooden desk and furiously write a horror story on the wide-ruled paper of a notepad. I included elements of friendship and love, mystery and adventure, and the haunting images from my too-active imagination. I finished the short tale over a... Continue Reading →