Finn Asks, How Many Books Are Enough?

A question that's plagued mathematicians and book lovers for centuries is, "How many books are enough?" As you can see below, Finn McSpool has recently dedicated himself to tackling the calculations necessary to compute the answer we've all been waiting for. The answer that could revolutionize literary equation theory for years to come. -Um, Finn, that … Continue reading Finn Asks, How Many Books Are Enough?

Release Day Is Here! Free Books, Beastie Bargains & Sincere Thanks

Yes,. it's finally here!! Today is the official Release Day for The Bonds of Osteria, the fourth installment of my highly recommended fantasy series in which myths come to life as you've never seen them before! I have SO much to say about this release and Finn McSpool has even organized a photo shoot in … Continue reading Release Day Is Here! Free Books, Beastie Bargains & Sincere Thanks

Monkeying Around with Marketing

Although primate-themed clothing is involved, I promise that this post has NOTHING to do with a now infamous H&M hoodie. Instead, it's all about using chimpanzees not only to help me stay on the right side of the law, but also to hand out free stuff**. Oh, and I should put out a disclaimer that … Continue reading Monkeying Around with Marketing

How Do You Write?

The trouble with being a writer - really being a writer, not just sitting around talking about being a writer - is that at some point you have to get all those images, characters and conversations out of your head. Okay, some people need to see a therapist, spend years in therapy and possibly take … Continue reading How Do You Write?

Grammar: Your Biggest Writing Mistake

One of my favorite scenes (of which there are many) from the television show Sherlock with Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman has Sherlock interrogating a prisoner in a very chilly room in Belarus. Already looking bored and annoyed, Sherlock's frustrations mount as the man he's questioning keeps making grammatical errors. Sherlock lets the first one … Continue reading Grammar: Your Biggest Writing Mistake