On March 2, we had our first real snow of Winter 2019 here in Brooklyn, and my daughter and I got ourselves organized and out of the house. We met up with another family for some sledding and snow-fort building in Prospect Park, and we were all really proud of our architectural masterpiece, built with … Continue reading One Snowy Day in March
This is my last post detailing how the audiobook for A Wizard's Forge was conceived, produced, and now released into the wild.
This past June, I described how I waded into the audiobook pool and went about auditioning and selecting a narrator for A Wizard's Forge. This past week I returned notes and corrections on the last six chapters, and I gotta say, I'm thrilled. So, without further ado, let me introduce you to her. Leah Casey … Continue reading Sound Check Part 2: How My Audiobook Came Together
To build the necessary timelines for the plot, I had to determine the number of days, weeks, and months in a Knownearthian year.
The Self-Published Fantasy Blog Off (SPFBO) is an annual competition run by Mark Lawrence (author of Prince of Thorns and Red Sister, among others) since 2015. Each year, Mark takes a maximum of 300 entries (first come, first served; this year the 300 slots disappeared in about a day and a half) and distributes them among … Continue reading News Update: A Wizard’s Forge Passes First Hurdle in the 2018 SPFBO
I thought finding a narrator would be hard, but the search was easier and more fun than I expected.
Another Facebook meme, another blog post about female protagonists.
How is it that a month has passed since my last blog! Well, I've been busy putting A Wizard's Forge in book shows, picking up an award medal, and doing a partial preview release of A Wizard's Sacrifice on RoyalRoad. Take a walk backward through my calendar of the past several weeks. Gettysburg I just … Continue reading News from the Front Lines, or Where Have I Been the Past Month?
Vic’s troubles and how she deals with them should inspire some rousing debate. Go chill the wine and prepare yourself with some cool intel to drop on your friends.
Knownearth, the world of A Wizard’s Forge, has complex power structures, both magical and political.