Looking over my bookshelf yesterday, I noticed that some of my books had prices that were all over the map. For example, The Devil Left Him was $3.99 for Kindle, $6.99 for Paperback. Last Tomorrow was 5.99 for paperback. The Right of Revolution was $2.99 for Kindle. I think at the time, I was testing to see what priced … More KDP-Amazon Price Reduction
So Party at the Last Tomorrow has had its moment. I got some good feedback on it, and I’m pleased that it picked up as much interest as it did. A Kindle Countdown deal suggested to me that I’m pricing these novellas too high. I’ve already dropped the price on The Devil Left Him to $3.99, I may … More An Update, Brief and Modest
I don’t know who this person is (an anonymous Kindle Customer), but they had this to say about The Party at the Last Tomorrow: 5.0 out of 5 starsFascinating. ByKindle Customeron November 10, 2017 Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase Well written. Muse is Everyman on a subterranean journey. Clever use of language to create a world to … More I Get Reviews, But Not Paperbacks
It took a lot longer than expected, but she’s up and she’s ready to meet the world. It’s very gratifying to see an idea that sat as a mere aspiration in the back of my head come to life. I’ve sweated over it, and it’s completely unlike anything I’ve ever written. You know what to … More The Party is Live. Repeat. The Party is Live.
This lovely strange trip of a book is done and I’m ready to push the baby bird out the nest. This is a story I’ve been imagining and tweaking with for some time. It’s time for it to meet the world. Watch this space.
As I’ve announced before, a good bit of Last Tomorrow was written on the fly. Like the US Navy in WWII, I simply went around difficulties. That’s fun, but at some point, you have to force those little hidden Japanese jungle plot holes (I’m getting all the elasticity this metaphor has, thank you very much) to … More The Downside of Pantsing
I don’t just write and Dad (and Play Crusader Kings) all day, I also work for a living. And the end of summer means the resumption of the daily sweat to earn my bread. Which is fine, because it doesn’t put a halt to writing. Specifically, it doesn’t put a halt to editing Last Tomorrow. I’m … More Back to Work