Of Honey and Wildfires: Cover Art + PROLOGUE

I should have posted this this morning, but I will level with you, dearest internet. I’m pretty freaking terrified right now. There is a certain vulnerability involved in this that I’m not quite sure how to get over… so I’m just holding my nose and jumping. Yesterday, Fantasy Book Critic was kind enough to post…

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Prosper’s Demon – KJ Parker

About the Book In the pitch dark, witty fantasy novella Prosper’s Demon, K. J. Parker deftly creates a world with vivid, unbending rules, seething with demons, broken faith, and worse men. In a botched demonic extraction, they say the demon feels it ten times worse than the man. But they don’t die, and we do. Equilibrium….

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Self-Published Gems You Should All Be Reading

Alright, so this year has been a real kick in the pants so far. I’ve had some health issues (shocking, I know) which culminated in a pretty big hip surgery on January 30. I’m currently recovering. I’m quite medicated, and I’m also bored. I have a pile of editing I need to get to, but…

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Deep Dive | Kit & Adelaide Carson

Hello, readers. It’s been a while. We have myself to blame. My health took a bit of a downward turn, and I’ve been buried in editing gigs so I just haven’t had much time to do anything on my website. I’ve been mulling over this Deep Dive a bit. I wasn’t sure how to attack…

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The Mastermind – Evan Ratliff

About the Book The incredible true story of the decade-long quest to bring down Paul Le Roux—the creator of a frighteningly powerful Internet-enabled cartel who merged the ruthlessness of a drug lord with the technological savvy of a Silicon Valley entrepreneur It all started as an online prescription drug network, supplying hundreds of millions of…

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The Millennial Manifesto – Michael R. Fletcher

About the Book Only barbarians plan terrorism before tea. Tired of ineffectual marches and rallies, Millennials turn to terrorist tactics to force change on Corporate America. Setting their sites on the company responsible for poisoning the local water supply, they declare war. But now they swim with sharks. After all, you don’t claw your way…

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Shattered Dreams – Ulff Lehmann

About the Book Epic Fantasy filled to the brim with Grimdark Reality If one looks too long into the abyss, the abyss looks back. Drangar Ralgon has been avoiding the abyss’s gaze for far too long and now he turns to face it. For a hundred years the young kingdom of Danastaer has thrived in…

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Ten Mini-Reviews of some Great Nonfiction Books

As you may or may not know, when I’m really deep into editing, I tend to only read nonfiction history. There are a few reasons for this. First, I don’t want to “cross streams” between what I’m editing and what I’m reading. Secondly, I have to get so into whatever I’m editing, that I just…

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Deep Dive | The Early Oil Industry

Ah, friends, I’ve got a new book I’m writing, and therefore a ton of new world building research I’ve been doing. Of Honey and Wildfires is not set in the same world as my Bloodlands trilogy. This is a story all its own, with characters all their own. It’s set in a sort of Wild…

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SALE | Grimtober Fest

Every October, a bunch of dark fantasy authors get together and kick off the Grimtober Fest. What this is, is a gigantic sale wherein a bunch of grimdark fantasy books are marked down to $.99 for a week. There are some fantastic books on sale this week as part of this little event, and I…

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