Doomwalker Marketing After-Action Report Part 1

A fair number of people have had questions about how my book is doing. It is most certainly doing. In fact, I’d like it to be doing better, and you can help me out by purchasing or reading via KU my novel Doomwalker, which is the first in a dark fantasy trilogy featuring brave heroes,Continue reading “Doomwalker Marketing After-Action Report Part 1”

Infodumps and How to Use Them

The sequel to Doomwalker has been mostly written for awhile now, but it needs heavy edits. I hit the first big info dump last night, having prepped myself with one of these. Infodumps have a bad rep. “Show don’t tell” is a good rule, but it’s got limits. Use it for characterization or- and thisContinue reading “Infodumps and How to Use Them”

Action Scenes Don’t Have to be Scary

To write, at any rate. Atmosphere is up to you. I have a theory based on…not much, to be honest…that a lot of writers stick to, say, college or coffee shop stories or such because writing action scenes scares them. (This is an epidemic in some corners of fandom.) This limits you as a writerContinue reading “Action Scenes Don’t Have to be Scary”