I think there are times when we all feel like this. Like we're empty. Burned out from the demands of others. I've felt like this at various times in my life. Right now, I feel like I'm empty, but it's probably due to not doing anything to take care of myself. I haven't filled my …
I've been extremely absent from this blog for a long, long time, but that's because I've been busy. Between work, editing, babysitting my grandson, and life in general, there isn't a whole lot of time for writing. I wrote The Coven (the sequel to The Seance) quite a while ago, but didn't get around to …
Several good points are made in this article.
I’ve been taking in what authors have been discussing in author groups and speaking privately with a couple of author friends. My gut feeling has been telling me that I better make plans on what I should do when self-publishing is no longer the best venue for publishing. I wish I could dig up a comment someone had made back in 2010 about trends in publishing because what he said seems to be playing out in front of me. But one thing he said was that self-publishing would take off for a while, and then there would be a point where it went into decline. From the decline would come the resurgence of traditional publishers.
I have to admit, I thought that guy had a gloomy outlook on things at the time. Nevertheless, his words had stuck with me over the years, and the more I look around at what’s…
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Welcome to Thantyr As the southernmost region of Nebeth, Thantyr is known for being the home of the dragon council themselves. The Treaty of Dragons series follows a group called The Opseti Guard through their journey to renew the bonds between dragons and humans a like. In the first installment to the nine-book series you …
I can’t wait for this amazing book to be released!
Welcome to Thantyr
As the southernmost region of Nebeth, Thantyr is known for being the home of the dragon council themselves. The Treaty of Dragons series follows a group called The Opseti Guard through their journey to renew the bonds between dragons and humans alike.
In the first installment to the nine-book series, you see not only the fall of the beloved dragon council but the creation of The Opseti Guard themselves. You are taken on a journey of friendship and defining adventures. They learn not only to work as a team, but how what their own strengths are. You will see how they grow through the hardships that they face as well.
So, with that in
mind, welcome to Thantyr. May you always find joy in the journey, even when it
The first novel
along this journey is, The Opseti Guard
Release Day February 28th!!!
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