As a thank you for visiting my tiny corner of the internet, I reached out to a professional voice actor (George Kastrinos) and asked him to narrate my short story. He agreed, and his narration is out-of-this-world fantastic.
Creating an audiobook might sound daunting, but it’s actually relatively simply (and rewarding!) process.
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You’ve probably heard of people landing book deals with major publishers, and that sounds like a sweet gig.
Today I’ll talk about what happens once you finish a manuscript.
Like most authors, I like to imagine what the characters in my novels would look like if adapted for the silver screen. I’m sure most people imagine live-action, but I’m actually a huge fan of animation.
The Seattle Book Review has given my flintlock fantasy, DREAD PIRATE ARCANIST, a 5/5 score! I’m super thrilled, and stoked, and I just can’t stop smiling, you guys! 😀
Wow, fun times, everyone! My flintlock fantasy novel, KNIGHTMARE ARCANIST, is the solo winner in the fantasy category for the New Apple Award! 😀
Nothing gets me happier these days than finding people who enjoy my work.
Let me clarify: we’re not talking about “good” or “moral” characters—we’re talking about characters that readers will enjoy seeing on the page. Sometimes that means the character is good and virtuous, but other times a character can fell into the category of “likeable douchebag.”
It’s been a productive month or so from whenever I wrote my last wiring update.