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.
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.
Some video games have amazing stories—the narrative they weave is so impactful, it’ll stay with you the rest of your life.
Due to the very positive response to my first short story, WEAKNESS, I’ve decided to follow it up with another. This is a sequel short story that continues the tale of a magical wolf and a blind cat.
I’m super happy to announce that the sequel to my award-winning fantasy novel, Knightmare Arcanist, is now on the shelves!
So, as some of you may know, my next novel, Dread Pirate Arcanist, releases Sept. 17th (a mere 5 days away!)
Here’s an update on all my writing projects! (Well, not all of them. Just most of them).
I’ve complied a few tips and tricks to help fellow writers incorporate tension into their stories. In an ideal world, tension would flow from every corner of the narrative—everything from character interactions to the main plot. Tension is what keeps a reader invested, so obviously we’ve got to have it!