Author Interview

Author Interveiw: Sci-fi indie author C. D. Tavnor

I recently had the chance to talk to indie author C. D. Travenor about his novel First of Their Kind. This book tells the story of the first Synthetic Intelligence (SI) and their journey as they learn to navigate the world. I want to jump right in with a question that I was curious about… Continue reading Author Interveiw: Sci-fi indie author C. D. Tavnor

Indie Book Reviews

Review: Between Two Minds: Awakening by D. C. Wright-Hammer

Between Two Minds: Awakening by D. C. Wright-Hammer is an amazing sci-fi thriller. It tells the story of a paraplegic named Ryan as he undergoes the process of a mind migration to get a new body. This concept alone had me hooked from the very beginning. There are so many interesting implications that come from… Continue reading Review: Between Two Minds: Awakening by D. C. Wright-Hammer

Author Interview

Author Interview with D.C. Wright-Hammer, author of Between Two Minds

I’m so excited to bring you my first Indie Author Interview of 2020 and I could think of no one better to kick us off than D.C. Wright-Hammer, author of Between Two Minds. If you haven’t read this book yet you absolutely need to pick it up as soon as possible. In fact, I originally… Continue reading Author Interview with D.C. Wright-Hammer, author of Between Two Minds

Family Binds, My writing journey, Updates

A look back at 2019

As 2019 comes to a close I wanted to take a look back at everything I accomplished this year. This was the first time I used a time keeper to keep track of the time I spent on writing related activities and for 2019 I spent 420 hours working on my writing. Since I’m a… Continue reading A look back at 2019

Crystal and Flint, My writing journey, The Journey Missions

My fear of failure and the creation of Crystal Wolf

I’ve always had a deep-seated fear of failure, long before I even know what to call it. It’s the reason I never volunteered an answer in school even when I was confident I was right. The risk that I was wrong, and everyone would know it, wasn’t worth it to me. It’s the reason it… Continue reading My fear of failure and the creation of Crystal Wolf

Crystal and Flint, The Journey Missions

Crystal and Flint is 1!

Yesterday was the one year anniversary of Crystal and Flint’s publication. It’s a crazy feeling knowing that my work has been out in the world for that long, something I had dreamed about and worked at for years. There are still moments when I’m working on The Journey Mission Series where it feels like these… Continue reading Crystal and Flint is 1!

Crystal and Flint, My writing journey

Crystal and Flint Deleted Scenes

I love watching deleted scenes from movies. Those little moments that didn’t make the final cut, but can still give insight in the characters and stories. Just like in movies there are a lot of scenes that get cut when writing book. There’s lots of reasons why a scene gets cut. It might not move… Continue reading Crystal and Flint Deleted Scenes

Crystal and Flint, My writing journey, Writing Tips

How a Story Changes: A Look Back at the First Draft of Crystal and Flint

I was preparing to speak at a career day a few months ago and was trying to pull together a visual to use to show just how much work goes into getting a book ready for publication. In digging through all the printed drafts I had, I stumbled upon the very first draft for Crystal… Continue reading How a Story Changes: A Look Back at the First Draft of Crystal and Flint

Family Binds, My writing journey, Updates

Oh hey there, remember me

I do this to myself every year. Every December, while I'm still riding high off of my nano win in November, I make a plan for what I want to accomplish the next year, complete with deadlines. Deadlines that I end up not being able to meet once the new year starts. This year is… Continue reading Oh hey there, remember me