This Sunday while cooking breakfast, I turned on the 30 Minute Author Interviews podcast hosted by Preston Leigh of the website, www.leighgendarium.com, and listened to his Episode 43 interview with Michael Bunker and Forbes West. They are hosting a giveaway for signed copies of Brother, Frank by Michael Bunker and Nighthawks at the Mission by […]
StoryBundle has a new collection on sale. If you haven’t heard of this site, they provide fantastic ebooks at one low pay-what-you-want price without DRM, so you can read them on any device. I’m glad to say my sand diving novel, Scavenger: Evolution is one of many books you can get in this discounted bundle. The […]
My sand divers in the apocalypse thriller, Scavenger: Evolution is now available on Audible and free for Kindle Unlimited subscribers. David Robison, narrator extraordinaire behind Wonderthing Studios, did a fantastic job. Click here to listen to a sample. Three ways of getting this audiobook for free. #1)Audible’s free thirty day trial. (I’ve been a subscriber for […]
Alien invasion stories seem to be especially popular right now. Ernest Cline just released Armada. Edward W. Robertson is killing it with his Breakers series. James S.A. Corey’s Expanse series is crushing it, and is set to debut the television series on Syfy soon. While the appeal of the fantastic in what may come from […]
Breakers by Edward W. Robertson (Currently free on Kindle and available in a box set of Books 1-3 for $0.99.) Written by: Edward W. Robertson Narrated by: Ray Chase Length: 12 hrs and 10 mins Series: Breakers, Book 1 Unabridged Audiobook Release Date:09-05-13 Publisher: Podium Publishing A new favorite series in my catalog of Post-Apocalyptic […]
I only have one shot at releasing my debut novel, Scavenger: Evolution, out March 1st. I’m looking for advice on top of what I’ve already done.
The Red King (Apocalypse Weird #1) by Nick Cole provides a fresh experience in a stale market of post-apocalyptic zombie fiction. Cole’s writing is top-notch, from intense action to exquisite details of the world and most importantly characters that make you want to keep reading. Holiday is a barista who uses alcohol to cope with […]
I have been writing for about seven years. Often, this makes me feel like I deserve to skip the small steps of success and begin selling fifty, a hundred, or whatever thousand copies of the few stories I have out. Today I experienced two major milestones that must be celebrated, and they happened at the […]