I have been thinking of posting an update about the new series all week. This will essentially be the tl;dr version of that post. I’ll be doing a cover reveal soon, and explaining where I am at with the new
Goodreads Campaign | The Quest for the Click
When I first published The Never Hero, I bought a Goodreads Self-Service Ad Campaign. If you’re unfamiliar with this advertisement service, see footnote (*) at the bottom of post. For the sake of disclosure, I paid in 75$ for a
The Never Hero | Proofs are here!
The proofs are here and I could not be more stoked to get a glimpse of the final product! For my first blind attempt at formatting, they came out pretty well. Need to make some adjustments to spacing in some
The Never Hero | Count Down
The first proof copies of the paperback are expected to deliver tomorrow! I can’t wait to get home from work and see them. Handing out some of the proof copies to beta readers so they can find the last glitches
The Never Face | IMDB Casting The Characters In Your Novel
So, I was watching one of ‘those‘ comedies today. You know, one of those parody movies designed to be so bad its comical (think Scary Movie, Naked Gun, etc.). Originally it was just procrastination, a netflix break from novel revision. However, I
The Never Secure | Bi-Polar Editing
A short entry today about the about the windy road of insecurity followed by out of control pomposity. I am on the final revisions of my novel. Chapter 23 out of 38 (Sweet! I am actually over half way done).
The Never Quitter | The Author, The Story, and The Question
I know this guy. Let’s call him Henry. When Henry was in high school, he discovered that he loved writing. It was the only scholarly endeavor for which he found an innate ability within himself. He got swept up in
Writing | Measuring Progress and Some Advice
When I first started writing I found it hard to gauge how much actual progress I was making and whether or not that progress would be comparable to other authors. I was unsure of myself, and to help anyone else
The Never Cliche | Overly Sentimental Scenes – Does it matter if it is a cliche if you love reading it?
I find the words “Write the book you would want to read” help me finish a lot of scenes I normally would be ashamed to put my name on. I say this because I have been worried of late about