Detective Docherty and the Dark Curse

Boom! eBook cover reveal!!! 🥳 It's finally time. Detective Docherty and the Dark Curse is written and in the hands of the editor. Once it's back, I'll be working to get it published. I haven't set any dates yet, but I'm aiming to have the eBook published and the paperback right behind it this summer.... Continue Reading →

Lord of the Rings TV Series

Though I have yet to read the Lord of the Rings trilogy, I was a HUGE fan of the films when they first came out. I did read and love The Hobbit, and it should be no surprise that I was enamored with the film trilogy that stemmed from it. An unpopular opinion, I know,... Continue Reading →

Finishing Your Novel: Helpful Tips

There are two general categories of writers: Planners and Pantsers Keep in mind that these categories are broad and many writers fall somewhere in between. Planners and Pantsers Planners tend to plan ahead with worldbuilding and chapter outlines, while pantsers like to sit down and let the writing happen on its own. There are definitely... Continue Reading →

Publishing is changing. Do I think Apps like Tapas and Radish are going to replace paperback and ebooks? No, but I do think they have great opportunities for authors and might be one of the best ways to build a readership in the coming years. I put together this Power Point presentation and presented it... Continue Reading →

The Ecology of World Building

When constructing any world, understanding how an environment shapes the animals, plants, and people that live in it will help you provide a better and more enriching experience for your readers, allowing them to get lost in your world and not lost in trying to make sense of it. Let's start with some basic terms.... Continue Reading →

Con Season

It's officially con season, time to get out your Geek-Gear! With Convention Season almost upon us, I felt it was high time I wrote something useful for new authors and creators looking to increase their sales and grow their platform. Ontario boasts a large number (and growing) of fan-run and commercially-run fantasy and science fiction... Continue Reading →

Introduction

I thought I might start this blog out with an author intro I wrote for Chris the Story Reading Ape's Blog: How should I introduce myself? I’m not sure where to start, so how about I start with my indecision? I love sunny days and I love rainy days. I feel young and I feel... Continue Reading →

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