A couple of weeks ago I got to sit down in my little world and have a chat with author, filmmaker, artist and all around do everything guy, Michael Freeman. With two books being released at the same time, I thought I would share our conversation. Sit back and relax and enjoy the ride. AJ: … Continue reading In Michael Freeman’s Head
Month: March 2016
Release Party For Talented Author Isabel Castruita
Happy Easter to everyone. I hope you all had a great holiday this past weekend. I know I did.However, let me share about an another amazing event I had the pleasure of attending this past Wednesday, March 23, 2016. It was for Amazing and Talent Author for Stitched SmilePublications, “Hells Guardian Release Party,” It was … Continue reading Release Party For Talented Author Isabel Castruita
The Architects of Fear (with apologies to Meyer Dolinsky)
Matthew wanders through an occupied San Francisco, watching impassively as dozens of oblivious happy children are being ushered into a cinema. He’s wandering towards City Hall when Nancy spots him, barely able to conceal her relief. As she wanders towards him, desperate for an ally in these familiar yet alien surroundings, Matthew opens his mouth … Continue reading The Architects of Fear (with apologies to Meyer Dolinsky)
The Whole Truth and Nothing but the Truth
Here we are, you and I, on this page, me writing, you reading. It’s a good combination if you ask me. We both get what we want, right? I get to write something cool. You get to read something cool. Does that sound good to you? I hope so because it sure does to me. … Continue reading The Whole Truth and Nothing but the Truth
The End – It’s not really though . . .
I’m reaching the end of my book (finally) and I feel like there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. I know very shortly I’ll be typing those two little words that all authors love to see. But it’s not really the end. I have to go back and do all my timeline checks … Continue reading The End – It’s not really though . . .
Knob’s Hole By Mark E. Deloy
“I’m tellin’ ya, there ain’t no bottom to it,” Henry Knob said, peering down the hole into the darkness. “That’s impossible,” Dave said. “I’ve dropped rocks, a busted computer monitor, even that old refrigerator down there. Ain’t none of them ever hit bottom, at least not that I heard.” Dave leaned over the opening which … Continue reading Knob’s Hole By Mark E. Deloy
My vampires are NOT Twilight vampires!
So my Hell's Guardian Chronicles books 1-2 re-released yesterday and I am excited! First, I want to say that even though I write YA Urban Fantasy novels my work is unique and, unlike any other YA vampire author. I am NOT a fan of Twilight. Those books I just couldn't get into. Richelle Mead is … Continue reading My vampires are NOT Twilight vampires!
Right time, right place
I suppose I should introduce myself. I don’t necessarily mean my name, family status, hobbies, etc. That may come up here later. Or, possibly in a future post. Or maybe not. I’m winging it here, which is not always a good thing – like when writing an official bio, which this is not. But then … Continue reading Right time, right place
Why I Write, or Obligatory Author’s Post No. 1
So, there it was. I said it. I laid out the foundation of every insecurity I have about myself, and now a room full of people sit, silently rolling it around in their heads. Just another monthly meeting of the local writing group. Of course, they weren’t actually thinking about my flaws. Maybe a couple … Continue reading Why I Write, or Obligatory Author’s Post No. 1
So You Have Been Stitched Now What?
Have you ensured your Amazon book page has a great book description, amazing cover and your book is competitively priced and has plenty of reviews? Your answer: Have you looked up similar books to yours on Amazon and noted their Amazon categories and possible keywords? If yes, please input categories & keywords. Your answer: Have … Continue reading So You Have Been Stitched Now What?