Hello Everyone! Resonance has been out for under two weeks and I’ve been really pleased by the results. Since it’s Christmas time, I thought I’d extend a special offer. From now until January 31, 2015, join my mailing list and get the following discounts; Harbinger, The Bleeding Worlds Book One – FREE! Suture, The Bleeding […]
Book three of The Bleeding Worlds, Resonance, is finally here! I’m looking forward to hearing your thoughts on this one. Writing it was a tough battle. I can’t say why, but I struggled. At the same time, there’s plenty of things in this book I’m proud of. Perhaps the hardest part was accepting it needed […]
Hello Everyone, PreOrders for the third book in The Bleeding Worlds series, Resonance, are now live at Amazon. If you preorder now, the eBook will be automatically delivered to your device on its release date of December 9, 2014. I look forward to all of you being able to read this book and hearing your […]
Here it is my dear readers, the cover for Resonance, Book Three of The Bleeding Worlds! Now, for firm release dates. Pre-orders will begin via Amazon on Tuesday, October 14. The novel will be officially released on Tuesday, December 9. I hope you all enjoy!
Hello Everyone. Sorry I haven’t posted much here lately. Just thought I’d give a quick update on Book Three’s progress. In two weeks, the cover will be revealed and preorders will begin on Amazon. I don’t have a finalized release date right now, but I will when the preorder begins. I can say it will […]
A book review on Neal Stephenson’s Cyberpunk novel, Snow Crash. This is a general review for the entire book with minimal spoilers (no worse than reading the book’s cover). Snow Crash was nominated for both the British Science Fiction Award in 1993, and the Arthur C. Clarke Award in 1994. End Credit Music: How It […]
I’ve been fighting this for a while, but as Resonance quickly approaches the final word count of the previous two books, there’s no denying it any longer—there needs to be a fourth book. This novel is about characters making themselves whole and finding their place in the traumatized universe Suture ended with. Those themes are […]