This is feeling a little surreal but I just found out my novel that was "getting published" as an ebook actually already GOT published on Christmas Eve. They just forgot to tell me it was live! So here it is...It's a full length novel, mystery/adventure set in the 1980s. It's a beach read, but it's a beach read with heart. It would totally make my day if anyone bought it. It's $5.99, or if you want to "borrow" it, it's $1.99. Thanks so much in advance to anyone who cares enough to read it. I'm still kind of in shock here...I was figuring it was coming out in a few weeks...https://www.readpublishing.com/products/the-mark-of-mutillidae To see t
Recently I finished reading the novel The Road (and seeing the movie of the same title). Normally I wouldn't gravitate to something so scary and negative and I admit the vivid, heart-wrenching post apocalyptic imagery haunted me for weeks and interrupted my sleep...definitely a brilliantly done cautionary tale in both forms but profoundly disturbing...
The thing that amazes me though, is that I don't think I will ever view the world in the same way since The Road: Each blade of green grass, each delicate butterfly or brilliantly raucous crow - even the changeable blue color of the ocean is a breathtaking miracle now. Of course they always ha
Trying to figure out how the universe works when it comes to turning the stuff we create into a living income. Obviously, first create decent stuff...then get it on a platform where it can sell anywhere in the world...but then, once one has done the first two, how does one separate their stuff from the massive soup of stuff out there? Sometimes I've felt like my stuff is invisible because it's part of such a massive soup of stuff and no one finds it to buy it. Any marketing suggestions from anyone who's had success in this area are most welcome :)
In the meantime, if you're interested, you can listen to samples of my CD (and even purchase) a