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Bear Naked 2: Wolf Camp is with the editor. We will hopefully be showing off the cover in a week or two, it’s that close to finalized. Meanwhile what’s up on Scrivener? Here’s a quick peek.
Last week I wrote about the ten downsides of being a werewolf/shapeshifter. But there are more positives than downsides, especially in the Bear Naked world. So what are the best things about being a werewolf? 1. Wolves are stronger than humans A lot of guys want to … Continue reading
Being a shapeshifter sounds really cool, but as we see in the first Bear Naked book, there are downsides. What are the challenges that face modern day shifters? 1. Clothing Wolf form is differently shaped and sized. Anything you are wearing is probably not going … Continue reading
A lot of beginning and would be writers are amazed when veteran writers say they never get writer’s block. I don’t. I struggle with the exact opposite problem. I have so many potential story ideas that I doubt I will ever get them all written. Here is how you, too, … Continue reading
As we all journey into 2014, here is a quick update on my writing progress and what is to come. Bear Naked Volume one of the Bear Naked saga is currently available for free on Storycartel if you are interested in checking out the series. If you are coming to … Continue reading
We all know that you need to have a great beginning to get readers hooked on your novel. However coming up with the perfect opening scene/line isn’t easy. Carrie Slager over at TheMadReviewer listed her favorite book beginnings. It got me thinking and we had a short twitter conversation about … Continue reading
According to Forbes we’re drowning in Indie books. The blogosphere has taken up this catch phrase, we’re drowning in ebooks and we’re drowning in ebooks. And those are just in the first page of results on my google search. I could easily find a dozen or more references to the … Continue reading
Here are the ten novels that influenced me the most growing up. Note, these aren’t necessarily my favorite novels now or the ones I consider to be the most important or influential novels. Tastes change as we grow older and experience gives us a different perspective on what it important … Continue reading
Having a new book out now, I thought it might be a good time to hint about reviews. Here are ten simple reasons why you should write book reviews. It helps the author sell books. Reviews generate buzz, buzz sells books. Let’s face it, most authors have day jobs and … Continue reading