So, as I wrap up the last release for Robot Awareness, Part IV, and by this point I’ve gotten my publishing down to a science. (And by science, I mean a lot of “how did I do that again?”) I remember the first time I published — I spent half a day trying to figure … More How to publish an ebook the cheap way
I just about fell off my couch, I was screaming so loud at the TV. I’m usually not vocal when I watch TV shows but the premise being thrown out willy nilly was so ridiculous I couldn’t contain myself. On the series Daredevil, a Netflix Marvel series, a newspaper editor tells his reporter, a character … More Daredevil: A fun series that needed better research
Back in 2009, I started writing Robot Awareness. I had a vision for it — once completed, I would start shopping it around to publishers. If no one bit, I would find a way to publish it myself. It’s a story I love, and I wanted to see it in print. Sometime around 2013, I … More Do I regret my decision to be an indie author? Nope
Just a little note to let you all know Robot Awareness: Part I is free today! For a little background, here is the description from Amazon: Isellia dreams of following in her father’s footsteps and becoming the greatest XR racer around, and popular media exploded with predictions of her success early on. The only problem? … More Robot Awareness Part I ebook is free today on Kindle!
This post came up on Dr. Nerdlove lately and it brought something to my attention I hadn’t previously ever even heard of: Olivia Munn is a fake geek girl. Apparently. At least that’s what some people apparently believe. This was all news to me. I didn’t know that Olivia Munn considered herself a geek girl, … More Is Olivia Munn a fake geek girl? No, there’s no such thing
In honor of EgoCon in Stevens Point (which I totally planned out and was in no way a random coincidence), I will be giving away Robot Awareness: Part I absolutely free! That’s right – pick up the adventures of Isellia, Joey, the Robot, Porter, Rex, Stephen and Celia as they try to find their way in … More Get a free kindle book Friday and Saturday: Robot Awareness Part I!
I remember the conversation vividly: “Here’s a promo card for my book, but my newest work is the one I’m most proud of.” I said this to Tim Seeley, creator of Hack/Slash and Revival, the latter which is set in my hometown. Mainly it felt nice to reconnect with a former high school classmate, now both as … More Why you should never apologize for your previous work