Onward to October 2020

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Oh sweet merciful night, just let the year end already. Oh, hi. Uh… so, it’s already October. Time flies, though at the same time it still feels as if everything has fallen to a crawl. Things are interesting here in the U.S., and more so in Portland, where I live. Our elections are also coming up and will probably end … Read More

Self-Published Fantasy Month

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Hey all, September is Self-Published Fantasy Month and I’m taking part! My offering for the event is a guest post that you’ll hopefully enjoy. In it, I discuss a little of why I feel self-publishing is so wonderful and why its future seems so bright. In addition, I’m giving away a physical copy of Cradle of Sea and Soil; you … Read More

Onward to September 2020

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Holy moly, it’s September already? Why, yes, it is. Well! Luckily for me, September is shaping up to be a fantastic month overall, and far as I can see that trend is going to continue out into October and hopefully November. After the rough last couple of months, this is definitely a welcome change. I’ve fully returned into the swing … Read More

Cradle of Sea & Soil Paperback Now Available

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So yeah, title. As you can see, the book (which you can purchase here) is a little chunky but still looks beautiful in person thanks to that gorgeous artwork and the fantastic design job Shawn King did! I also want to give special thanks to my assistant, Akela, for agreeing to model and show just how snuggle-licious the book is! … Read More

Still Alive, Onward to August 2020

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Okay, yeah, I know. It’s far from the start of the month. I’m behind—on a lot of things. Oh lordy, so much. July has been… a rough month for me. Things are better now though, I promise, and will—knocks on wood—hopefully continue trending that way. So what was I doing for most of July? Sulking, mostly. I went to a … Read More