Deeper Meanings In My Books

My philosophy is: There must always be a deeper meaning to one's art, and to every part of their art. My books are meant to make people think. They are meant to give people new perspective on life, and that will be true even when I start writing science fiction and fantasy. My books are … Continue reading Deeper Meanings In My Books

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Rewarding Readers

The concept of rewarding readers is, as I understand it, giving your readers new things to enjoy upon second or third reads. It's giving them things to notice or understand better that they wouldn't have gotten the first time around. With every one of my novels, I have tried, and will always try, to do … Continue reading Rewarding Readers

My Upcoming Autobiography

My best friend, who I consider to be more of a brother than either of the blood-related brothers I grew up with, is a devout Christian. However, I am an atheist who believes the world would finally know peace if all religions disappeared, including Christianity. How can two people with such opposite ideological differences keep … Continue reading My Upcoming Autobiography

What I Think of My First Novel

Announcement at the end of the article. This year (in July) will mark the 3-year anniversary of the release of my debut novel Remnant. Now that some time has passed, and I've released a few books since then, what are my thoughts about it? Most creators look back at their first works with the less-than-enthusiastic attitude of, … Continue reading What I Think of My First Novel

Remnant (Volume I) – Chapters 5-7

Apologies for neglecting to post a chapter the past 3 Saturdays. Here are chapters 5 through 7. THEIA “What do you want, girl?” asked the biggest one of the group. Theia was still approaching as he spoke to her. “Can I come with you guys?” she asked gently after reaching them. “Where?” the same kid responded. … Continue reading Remnant (Volume I) – Chapters 5-7

Why All Authors Should Self-Publish

It is my belief that all writers, whether they're starting out, or they've already developed a name for themselves, should stick to self-publishing. I would make an exception to that under specific circumstances, but I'll get more into that later. I spent 7 years conceiving and planning my Remnant series, while taking only 1 year to write … Continue reading Why All Authors Should Self-Publish

All My Planned Books (For the Next 10 Years)

Important announcement regarding my Remnant Saga. Before I get started with this article, I'd like to thank the newcomers to this blog. I've been trying to post something new every day, and I can see an increase of people regularly visiting my blog now, making sure I keep to that. I will continue to do … Continue reading All My Planned Books (For the Next 10 Years)