Halloween is fast approaching. If you like to give gifts during this season, why not a copy of The Worst Book Imaginable? It’s fun for ages 9-14, and any time you can get someone to read, it’s a good thing. Join in on the fun and order a Kindle or Nook copy today at Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble.com for $5.95. If you prefer a printed book, those will be available through Amazon next week for $12.95. I was inspired to write about a crow as a main character, and thus this series was born. I will be writing more about Preston Clay IV in the future, and all the witches and wizards he will be dealing with.
Archive for September, 2012
The new editions of the first three novels in The Snowtear Wars series (The Chimes of Yawrana, The Ice Shadows of Arna and The Hollows of Candlewick) will be available in trade paperback soon. Book 4 of The Snowtear Wars, The Mirrors of Methalis, and The Worst Book Imaginable trade paperback books will soon also be available for the first time as well. It takes a great deal of time to put these into print, so please be patient and stay tuned for their releases.
Like most fantasy readers, the first novel I ever read was J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit. Then, of course, I had to read The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King quickly thereafter. I loved the series, and so it started my love for fantasy, which is even stronger today. I love escapism. The world has enough tragedy that sometimes you just need it to help refresh your mind by giving it a break. I don’t think you should turn a blind eye to world events, and should always play your part in helping the world be a better place. However, jumping into a realm where anything is possible enlivens the imagination and creates a spark within me to do the same myself. The world can use more creativity, if you ask me. I see too much of a stranglehold on old ideas and ways of doing business that kill people’s dreams before they can even get off the ground. It is why I fully support the digital wave of publishing that is upon us. Let’s get those words flowing and those imaginations churning.