I love to see my novels on Booktube, and today I want to celebrate!
Please give me your opinion on voice effects in audiobooks!
Creating an audiobook might sound daunting, but it’s actually relatively simply (and rewarding!) process.
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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! 😀
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!)