This next shout out goes to my old buddy Rodney Sanders, an extremely talented digital artist who has done work for me in the past and will be working on the new cover art for Wild Hunt. He needs to fix his art computer so he’s selling a bunch of his art prints at discounted … More Heads up Artist Shout Out For Rodney Sanders!
You know, all I do on this blog is blab about my writing, and book and other promotions and stuff. I think it’s about time I chat a bit about my hobby. I’m a gamer. I love video games. I play a variety of games, too. Some hardcore, some casual and absolutely inane (Goat Simulator … More My hobbies!
Nono is another excellent author and personal friend of mine that I would like to spotlight here on this blog. He’s put out many scholarly pagan books as well as some sacred fiction, Visions of Vanaheim and Voices of Vanaheim. (as well as a snazzy collector’s edition) He also makes some very nice jewelry … More Heads up for Nonoriel Lokason!
Darragha is another personal friend of mine. She’s truly my inspiration in this genre. She has been writing for quite some time and has quite the collection of sexy stories that you should check out. Her latest book is Songs of The Flesh, a steamy shape shifter romance set in a dystopian world, published by … More Heads up for fellow author Darragha Foster!
This girl has works tirelessly on her writing. Ki is a personal friend of mine and puts her heart and soul into all the books she produces. One of her accomplishments: Three Fold Love is up for preorder on Amazon.com right now. https://brightlybooks.wordpress.com/2015/03/20/threefold-love-available-for-pre-order/ Follow the link on her blog and pre-order your copy of this … More Heads up for my friend Ki Brightly!
Well, there’s still no news on the agent front. I’ve had a few rejections, not surprised there, and a whole bunch of silence. I guess literary agents are pretty busy people. Honestly, I would really like to have one when I get my manuscript back in May from Saga Press. It’s a mutual decision … More Series Post: Looking for a Literary Agent part 2.