My new book, a humorous mythological Greek epic, called The Ameriad, is being offered for free at Goodreads. Just enter the contest, and you can win one of the ten copies being offered. Go here for the contest.
The covers are finished for my new fantasy series, The Tales of Reagul, of which the first one will be released later this year. The first novel is A Season of Kings, which will be followed by The Emperor of Reagul and The War of the Wizards.
My novella (about half the size of a novel) is free this week in the Amazon Kindle Store. This is the science fiction horror story of a military space vessel that discovers a new enemy, a creature that targets a civilization’s technology. Read it free: Here.
I honestly don’t know what to do. I can’t seem to get anyone interested in my writing. It’s not because it’s not good enough; it’s mainly because it’s not famous enough, and it’s never going to be “famous” enough because no one reads it. I guess what gets on my nerves is that I tend to support all of my … Read More
My novella, All Roads Lead to Pine Bush, the story of a travel writer who discovers all of his articles keep leading him to the same place, is available for free on Amazon for the next five days. You can get it here. My poetry collection, License to Quill, is also available for free for the next five days on … Read More
For the following week, Monday through Friday, Amazon is offering my books Darkened Passages (a new dark fantasy short story collection released over the weekend) and the book that was previously published before it, Deadly Deceptions (a mystery/suspense novel published last year) for free if you have Amazon Prime. So, hopefully people take advantage of it. If you do, please … Read More
I ran into some formatting issues this evening, so I had to go back to the drawing board (or stage 7 of 8), fix the formatting and then release it tomorrow.Anyhoo.
The World Until Yesterday: What Can We Learn from Traditional Societies? by Jared Diamond My rating: 3 of 5 stars Diamond does a great job analyzing primitive societies from the perspective of an up-close observer, but one of the problems he suffers from is a massive case of anecdotal evidence that may or may not apply to larger populations. His … Read More