Oh wow, have I been having fun! The Holy Grail for a writer is getting to sit down at your keyboard, undisturbed, and write until you don’t want to anymore. I’ve been making huge progress with The Sea Archer and already over halfway completed. the story is coming along nicely. I believe I’m staying on track for a October release.
I hope you’ll take a look at my new logo and frontispiece I have for my new Heaven and Earth series launching next fall. It’s a Greek mythology fantasy romance series. If you’d like to learn more about the Olympians and Titans click on the links above.
The Greek Gods of Mythology Many people are fascinated with Greek mythology, some folks a little and some follow it with a cult-like fervor. I plan on starting a new series involving the Greek gods and thought I'd give you an elemental guide into these intriguing characters. First, a little history...Greek Mythology dates back to c. 900-800 BC. Some believe the stories have some basis in fact, while others feel it tarries more on the fantastic, still others believe it lays somewhere in the middle. Chaos or the great void lived alone, until Gaia, the sun came. Eros (Love), the Tartarus (Abyss) and Erebus (Deep Darkness) followed behind her. She became divinely pregnant and birthed Uranus (Sky), who turned back around
What you see isn't necessarily what you get. At sixteen, Mack Carter lived life on the edge in the projects of Seattle. Abandoned by his father at a young age, he returns home to find his mother has done the same, taking all their possessions with her. In order to survive he must grow up even more quickly and sets off for Dutch Harbor, Alaska and the lure of an honest life. There he meets Nels Pearson, ten years his senior, and is given the chance to prove himself. They begin a fifteen-year-long friendship that will give roots to the younger man and salvation to the elder. Faith Pearson has known and suffered horrific losses in her lifetime. Being a
There's a lot that goes into writing a book. Many people think you sit down at your computer and in a few weeks you instantly have a book. Maybe that's true for some lucky authors but to many of us, writing the story is the easy part, what comes before and after is the hard part. There's research, interviews, character development, plot, story arcs. Afterwards there's editing, cover art, formatting, merchandising, marketing, signings and launchings. There's conferences to learn, speak, sell and interact with people that are just as introverted as you. I decided to create this section for any of you that are interested in the inner workings of a story or where the ideas comes from. Research, is