Occasionally I’ll be guest blogging over at williambryanmiller.com . Check out my first post on what I think makes a good villain:
Eye of the Void is about a week away from being in full release mode (you can already get the ebook though) and now it’s time to look ahead. I hope to get a lot more content published this year, so I am going to try my best to keep my momentum up. Here are some of my projects and goals for the months ahead: Continue reading
Cover creation has been one of those parts of indie authorship that has become a huge learning process for me. I knew from the start that I wanted to make my own, so that this project of mine would be exactly that – mine. I have a love-hate relationship with my first couple of covers, and will probably go back and update them sometime soon.
This is by far my favorite so far. I hope it prints well.
When I was five years old I wrote my first story. It was about the chicken pox I had at the time. My body didn’t react well to the disease, but my mind grew bored and so I started writing. My dad is a writer, so I suppose at the time I was only following by example.
A good friend of mine recently self published his first novel. With a good year and a bit separating our publications I’ve been able to step back and observe the similarities that arise from us indie authors who are just starting out. One thing I notice across the board is that at first we depend and thrive on the initial support we receive from friends and family. I am still blown away by the support I get from my friends, and I’m sure there are a lot of other indies who feel the same, no matter their medium. If you happen to be one of those people who has shown support for a budding indie artist, go ahead and get yourself a cookie or something because you deserve it. I’ll wait. Continue reading