Giving Domna a Touch of Culture…Roman Culture, That Is

Hello Bloglandia! Enough with the cat memes, it's time to add a touch of culture to this blog. Okay, who am I kidding, I can't resist a cat meme, but I do want to share with you some of the culture from Ancient Rome that went into the making of Domna and explain how George … Continue reading Giving Domna a Touch of Culture…Roman Culture, That Is

A Change in Plans – Returning to Amazon Exclusivity

So in yesterday's release announcement for Domna, Part Two: The Solon's Son once you got past the flaming chocolate cake, you might have noticed that the only links were for Amazon, whereas Domna, Part One had a long list of links of where it could be found. I know it was just a few weeks … Continue reading A Change in Plans – Returning to Amazon Exclusivity

The Amazing Adventures of Running a Book Funnel Promotion

Unlike most of my posts lately that have been for everyone (or at least everyone who is interested in my books), this one is especially for the writers out there. But even if you're not a writer, if you've been curious about some of the "behind the scenes" stuff of being an indie author, you … Continue reading The Amazing Adventures of Running a Book Funnel Promotion

Arranged Marriages & Battles for Power: The History That Inspired Domna

Hello Bloglandia! I have a confession: I'm a bit of a history junkie especially when it comes to a few of my "darling" time periods, one of which is Ancient Rome. For those of you out there who HATED history in school, I know the very notion of enjoying anything historical is akin to enjoying … Continue reading Arranged Marriages & Battles for Power: The History That Inspired Domna

The End Is Only the Beginning

We've finally made it to the final chapter of┬áDomna, Part One: The Sun God's Daughter!!!! Even though we've reached The End, it's really only the beginning for the rest of this intrigue-filled serialized novel as you'll see right after I cover a couple business-y/promote-y tidbits. First, if you missed the festivities last week, you can … Continue reading The End Is Only the Beginning