I realize that the site has been on ice for a while. I intend to remedy that.
The following writing I am about to share is a piece of catharsis that wants out; it is not intended to be strictly poetic nor is it necessarily a story. It is a raw piece of expression. It only in a fractional way has to do with After Terra; readers of the entire series up to this point may understand where it has synergy. Those of who also know me in my personal life and happen to know some of my situation, you would be mistaken to assume you know who I am talking about with my use of pronouns in this writing expression.
Recently I was privileged to interview another great local author, Rochelle Bradley. Read on! (more…)
This week I had the opportunity to send some questions in the direction of local author and genuine human Fred Marion.
It isn’t what most people think.
Is this a fictional story? A real life anecdote? Literary philosophical waxing? I leave it to your interpretation. (more…)
Top o’ the morn to you, internet. This little 4th of July update will be short and sweet.
Those of you who follow me on other sites may have already gleaned that I have been working on a short story collection. Well, finally, it has been written and is nearly ready for public consumption. After Terra: Beginnings is now a reality after having languished on my to-do list for a bit longer than I cared for. It contains six short stories (or vignettes, if you prefer) intended to give you, the reader, a deeper look into what made the After Terra heroes the people they are before they came together as a crew. You will also learn more about the future Solar System and how it came to be.
What is the release date? I’m glad you asked. The collection will be released digitally on Tuesday, July 30th 2019 C.E./-54 A.T.
A preorder link will be coming soon for those of you into that sort of thing.
In the meantime, feast yon eyes upon the cover. Until next time.
As a new feature on this site, I am conducting interviews with various local authors I have worked with and/or have inspired me. Today we begin with one of my mentors, C.L. Pauwels.
Though my general level of activity on the internet sometimes suggests otherwise. (more…)
A post about a rather pernicious foe to the English-speaking author: punctuation. (more…)