I have a lot planned for 2015, how about you? Key highlights include (hopefully) moving out of the state, expanding my freelance business, reading books as actively as I did before college, and of course publishing some more fantasy stories. Continue reading
Indie Authors: Why You Should be Blogging
If you’ve written or otherwise created something and depend on self-promotion to get your work out there, I have one message for you: If you aren’t blogging, you’re wrong. Continue reading
Cover Art Rework, Part II
Proof copies are on their way. I’ve reworked covers for Children of Fire and Beginning Stones, which has been a lot of fun and good practice. I’m really looking forward to having them all with a matte finish cover.
For Beginning Stones, the title font was always an issue for me. I’m still not sure if I’m happy with it. I also wanted to make sure that the background really showed up. CreateSpace tends to print things a little on the dark side, but I wanted the detail of the stone floor to be more visible.
I also added text to the spine, which will hopefully be centered. We’ll see!
Thoughts for this one?
Writing Effective Villains: by Mary Fonvielle
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