Now that the Makkarios series has been made available on the iBooks platform, I have turned my attention to the same for the Last Book of the Kings series. Several years have passed since I last revisited the first volume of this series, The Keeper House Unending -- the first of all my novels, in... Continue Reading →
The final proof has been approved! Soul's Gate (print version) is now officially available in paperback. Purchase it from the CreateSpace store now, or find it on Amazon presently.
The newest volume in the Last Book of the Kings series, Soul's Gate, is now live on Amazon Kindle for only 99¢!
A new generation of the Keeper royal line is coming to adulthood. Unrest is growing once again in the Second Kingdom, now under the governance of the new Senate. Dakhar leads the Senate as a seer with bornsight, but the only other members so far gathered are Bredin, a genius healer who denies his powerful... Continue Reading →
The month of August begins with a Kindle Countdown Deal for both Liar's Sanctuary and Man of Destruction! Here's how it works: starting Friday, August 1 these two Kindle titles begin at just $.99! Every few days, the price will increase by a dollar, until both titles return to their regular price on August 8.... Continue Reading →
The fourth installment of the Last Book of the Kings series, Man of Destruction, is now available in paperback and Kindle e-book formats on Amazon! (This story is roughly concurrent with Liar's Sanctuary, the third volume in the series. If you have not yet read that one, you might want to hold off on this one... Continue Reading →
If all has been quiet on the blog front, it is because things grow noisy on the writing front. The last of the Last Book Of The Kings series is well into its first draft! Not to forget, the third volume of the Makkarios series will soon enter the publication process. Further bulletins as events... Continue Reading →
I'm not allowed to drink coffee for health reasons, so I only have this knowledge second-hand. A friend told me recently that you can get a smoother, richer flavor if you cold-brew the coffee rather than boil it. Cold-brew methods take longer, I'm told, but my friend assured me that the results were worth the... Continue Reading →