I interviewed author Mike X Welch this week about his newest collection of stories, ENANTIODROMIA, and his thoughts on writing. Mike has stories featured in the Writing Bloc’s Deception and Escape anthologies.
Today, I was going to post a lovely article about the do’s and don’ts of book cover design, but the world is on fire and it seems like a silly thing to write about when I’m cheerfully beating back a wave of existential dread.
I interviewed award-winning author, Patrick Delaney, this week. Patrick is the author of The Infinity Killer Trilogy, and upcoming novel The House that Fell from the Sky.
A sneak peek treat for you while I wait for Beta readers to go through Draft 2 of the Ever War. I give you, Chapter 1.
Author Mike Salt was kind enough to sit down with me to discuss his writing and upcoming project, The Valley!
InDesign can seem like a daunting program, but this article will give you a rundown on tools and a step-by-step guide on how to layout your book with ease.
The Ever War wrapped up drafting in November and went straight into editing. My goal was to complete edits by the end of January. Well, that hasn’t happened. But, we are soooo close!
Hello everyone! This week, I interview a Philadelphia local, G.A. Finocchiaro, author of The Knightmares and soon-to-be-released Grace Falls. G.A. Finocchiaro was born and raised in South Jersey where the cows are more prevalent than humans. Currently residing in the
If you’ve read The Living God, or held a lengthy philosophical conversation with me (or happen to follow me on social media), you may have concluded I’m a fan of multiverse theory. Any shape or form, actually.
Kicking off 2020 with creativity. Check out these 11 illustrated book covers to inspire your next publication design!