I’m launching a series of posts that will lead up to the eventual release of The Hills of Home. Today, we have the blurb for the back of the book. It’s not new, in fact you can find it elsewhere on this site, but I quite like it and I think it’s a fine introduction to … More Countdown to Release: Blurb
Guys. I made a Wordle. Not just one Wordle. Many. So many. Too many. I wasted about an hour of my time messing around with font and layout and color and OH MY GOSH IT WAS SO WORTH IT.
I received initial designs for cover art for The Hills of Home yesterday and things are looking really, really good. I got the email while checking on some tickets at the Garrick and had to hold an impromptu huddle on the sidewalk with my friend, and even there, under the bright glare of the sun, within the confines … More Update: The Hills of Home
I learned it from men, | the men so old, Who dwell in the hills of home. Harbarthsljoth, Poetic Edda For some writers, book ideas come with a title tagging along, a happy puppy, if you will, inseparable from the story itself, accompanying it every step of the way. The story is a tennis ball … More The Second Edda
I’ve been a member of Pinterest for quite some time, actually, but I’ve always been a low-volume user. But I know quite a few authors out there who relentlessly pin images to inspiration boards for everything from WIPs to published novels to story kernels that may never see the light of day. And if they’re … More Hello. Yep, that’s me on Pinterest….