I know it’s been too long since I’ve released a book. I’m not George RR Martin in that category, but it’s been 11 months and that’s too long to be honest. The good news is I have the third book in the Worlds at War series sitting next to me on my
Space Opera, in all its magnificence, doesn’t have to be a long story. It can be short and tell an interesting or funny tale. And even if it’s used to sell a product, the story itself can be entertaining.
What if life is everywhere, but we haven’t found it because there is no land on the worlds it exists on? What if Earth is an ultra rare world in that it doesn’t have deep oceans covering the entire surface. It would only take another 7 miles of ocean depth to ensure
The working cover (meaning it may well change) for Book 4 in the Worlds at War Series.
It’s been a long time since I’ve done an update. Not because I’ve quit writing. Quite the opposite. I’ve been writing like a madman. On January 8th The Men of War was 8,000 words. Yesterday, February 8th, I finished it in first draft. It’s going to go in front of my critique
I found this interesting, so I thought I’d share it with you. I’m not sure I buy that it would be 100% fatal to some species, but not others. If it killed off Megalodon, why wouldn’t it have killed off elephants? They had zero protection from water. Or mammoths, or giraffes… the
that it has been a long time since I put a post on here, and you’d be right. Here is part of the reason why. I got the proof in the mail today, I’m extremely pleased with the cover, and now my editor will make a pass over it. Once that’s
Book 7 by the end of the year? It’s been a while coming. I’ve had some writers block over the summer, and to be honest… there simply isn’t any excuse for it. It’s time to get the space opera ball rolling again. So expect a renewed push for Book 7, Book 3
I have one more chapter to write for my critique group. At least in Book 7 of the Dark Seas Series. Then I need to write a few chapters of interest for the story that are one-offs, all the Admiral’s Logs, and edit the main body with the input from my critique
When I was a kid I wanted nothing more than to hear that we’d discovered alien life. Well, almost nothing. My own spaceship would have been super. It doesn’t surprise me we haven’t found it. This article explains part of the reasons why: We haven’t searched enough space yet. I’m talking intelligent