Hi guys and gals, how’s your week going? Better than mine I hope! While life is good, there have been a few setbacks recently. Most concerning of which is the untimely death of my poor laptop! Before anyone gets too concerned, I use Microsoft Onedrive to backup all my work, so no loss of anything
I can’t say I’m in the best shape of my life right now, but I thought I was at least in decent condition. Boy did I quickly prove that assumption wrong here in Huaraz, Peru, where I have just returned from a day hike to the gorgeous Laguna 69. The lake sits at around 4600m
That’s right, it’s finally here followers! After six months of hard work, I have finally completed the manuscript for Firestorm – the sequel to Stormwielder. And it is officially live on Amazon! Check it out below, and don’t forget to let me know what you think! Get Firestorm now for $2.99 The Gods have fallen.
So, after a rather interesting start to our time in Costa Rica, things went from bad to rather worse. At least in terms of weather – what started off as cold and windy in Monteverde quickly changed to cold, windy and rainy… And that didn’t get much better when we traveled to La Fortuna, where
Okay, I can do this, I can start catching up on my blog! I’ve been extremely remiss lately in updating this – mostly I’m going with the excuse that I’ve actually been writing book two of The Sword of Light Trilogy, but also because travel is awfully distracting. Good news is, I’m hopefully only a
Hi all, sorry for the long time between updates, I’ve been very slack with the blog lately! Fortunately I’ve been doing better with book 2, which is now past halfway through the first draft! I’m hoping I am still on track for a June release. Its full of goodies, and I can’t wait to get
FIRESTORM UPDATE: Okay, so it may not be going along at quite the pace I’d like, but the first draft of Firestorm is up to 33k words and Chapter 10, so its definitely coming along. Still in line for a June release I hope ************************ Sometimes you know something is a bad idea, and do
Some days you just decide you’re going to have an adventure. And I have to admit, there have certainly been a few more rough and tumble days since Jon rejoined me on my adventure. Having two of us means we can take a few more risks, which leads to some interesting occurrences to say the least.