Something I will definitely be looking at, given writer’s block has latched onto my bum like a naughty Chihuahua.
I have not been posting much to my blog, which I apologize for. I have been meaning to, but the more I try to make myself post, the more I find reasons to avoid it. What can I say? It’s the adolescent in me that does it. (I have a whole host of mindsets running around in my head. My inner toddler pops up when there are new toys about. My inner adolescent is great for stalling tactics when it comes to “chores” and other tasks. My inner adult likes to be a killjoy. Hate the inner adult. A lot.)
Also, I’m an introvert. Not sure if I’d always been one or just had it ingrained after years of being talked over and ignored to the point the only company I’d have is if I sat listening to someone else talking and nodding now and then. So, I have no idea what to talk about that wouldn’t bore people to tears. I usually clam up the moment I see the glassy look in the eye or the second or third time I get interrupted and I just give up talking altogether.
So, here I am. Still alive. Still fighting writers block, which is growing slightly distressing, given I’ve promised to have two new books out next year. Trying to figure out if I can successfully fund a crowd funding campaign to get more of my books made into audio books and not quite sure where to begin. And just difficulties with life in general.
Back to your regularly scheduled net cruising.
This is a good article about the effects of sexism on men. I totally agree with it.
A long time dream finally made reality with the help of Blue Harvest Creative. I have no words to describe how happy I am today.
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We’re very pleased to present our cover and interior design for Divinity Impaired by BHC Author Lexy Wolfe—the first book in the epic fantasy series Doom and the Warrior.
Stolen by the evil magic user Alimar the Black as children, Doom and Tiwaz grew up in slavery, forced to learn skills not typical to their races. When Tiwaz is nearly killed in an act of defiance to their cruel master, Doom risks everything to escape so his dear friend would know freedom. With Tiwaz miraculously surviving, can the two former slaves learn how to survive in freedom long enough so they can return to repay their former master for his cruelty?
Available now on Amazon in both eBook and trade softcover—click HERE to purchase.
Front Cover For Print And eBook
Full Print Wrap Design
Desert Dragon Publishing Imprint Logo Design for the Author
Interior Design For Print and eBook…
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If you’re in to the spooky thing for Halloween, here’s your ticket for some great reading.
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We are beyond excited to present our cover and interior design for the horror anthology In Creeps The Night. We partnered with J.A.Mes Pressto create this deliciously creepy collection of 50 flash fiction tales from 50 authors. All royalties for the sales of In Creeps The Night are being donated to Mothers Without Borders. Blue Harvest Creative also donated all of its time on this project (cover design, interior formatting, creation of a matching eBook, and helping with editing) as its contribution to this project and charity.
50 talented authors… 50 spine-tingling tales… 50 reasons to leave the lights on tonight…
Ghosts, goblins, and ghouls creep through pages of spooky flash fiction. Discover critically acclaimed authors that will make your skin shiver and have you flinching at bumps in the night. Whenever the mood strikes for something creepy, this collection will leave you looking over your shoulder.
Available now on Amazon…
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So, the audiobook for The Raging One is now available through Audible.com, Amazon.com and iTunes. Yay!
I also discovered that Amazon has a special right now. If you purchase the ebook, you can get the audiobook for a significant discount. (Not sure if this goes for purchases that happened a while ago, sorry!) So, if you are curious about audiobooks but not enough to get an Audible membership, you can get both for less than $7 at Amazon.com. Or, you can get it completely free if you get the free Audible.com trial membership.
Either way you go, it’s a great deal for an excellent book.
(Might help if I actually put the link here, huh? www.amazon.com/dp/B00NNZKTDM/ )