The Red King (Apocalypse Weird #1) by Nick Cole

The Red King

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 […]

Rough Magick: Kenny Soward, Bringing Gnomes Back to Fantasy

Rough Magick

Tim Ward: Congrats on your first solo authored series, Kenny. GnomeSaga with those sweet covers and the simple fact that it’s GNOMES makes me excited to read it, and that coming from someone who has been burned out on Epic Fantasy for years. Kenny Soward: Thanks, Tim. Indeed, I can see where folks could get […]

Celebrating as a New Author


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 […]

Guest post at SF Signal on Problems Writing Fanfiction

I am by no means an expert fan fiction writer, but I did have to brainstorm for a bit to work through some initial hurdles to planning the five part story of Scavenger. Head over to my SF Signal post to see what my dilemmas and solutions were.