Like many people, I recently finished watching the first season of Peacemaker, which airs of Crave TV here in Canada. I'm usually a fan of the more gritty style of superhero movies (The Dark Knight is my favourite), but I quite enjoyed Mr. Gunn's series, and I thought I'd take some time to figure out … Continue reading Making Peace, No Matter the Cost
The Book of Shadows hits the shelves at Amazon today. Grab your copy for under a dollar! Llyris Fildarae is an outcast tainted by a sliver of magic in a world terrified of the supernatural. Loathed and distrusted, she uses her ability to control a magical Unnamed to survive. Caedric Carpera is desperate to save … Continue reading Release Day!
Image by Ozgur Ozturk vis Unsplash It's time once again to say so-long to the old year and welcome the new. We perch at the precipice of a shiny new 365 day period filled with hope for new opportunities, fresh starts, and successes like we've never achieved before. It's also a time for reflection--considering our … Continue reading Another Year Begins
Today, our trip down Bruce's cover version of memory lane comes to its inevitable conclusion. In case you missed it, the mini-series started off with Re-Cover-Y part one and a look at the evolution of the covers of On Unfaithful Wings and All Who Wander Are Lost, the first two books in my Icarus Fell … Continue reading Re-Cover-Y (Part 3)
I suppose the easiest way to do this is to take things in order. Since we began with Icarus, that makes Khirro the next in line. The circumstances behind the change to Khirro's covers are completely different than the impetus behind the Icarus Fell series change. While Icarus was very obviously in need of a … Continue reading Re-Cover-Y (Part 2)
It's been a long time coming--much longer than I wanted or ever intended--but the end of the Books of the Smalls Gods has finally come with the release of And Kingdoms End. And Kingdoms End, the Final Book of the Small Gods If your ready, pick up your copy on Amazon for the special price … Continue reading Released!
Not Carrie's finest hour After a Facebook post made by a fellow author in which she lambasted the silly cover someone put on Stephen King's Carrie, I began pondering how books--especially bestsellers that stay on the market for a long time (Carrie is 47 years old now, dontcha know)--go through many iterations of covers. It … Continue reading Re-Cover-Y (Part 1)
Icarus doesn't want you to read this book I've decided to run a free promo for On Unfaithful Wings from April 21st to 25th. Icarus is not very happy about it...turns out he's a private person and would prefer people don't find out how bad he is at his job helping souls on their way … Continue reading Icarus Fell on Sale
The original cover of my first published book I'm embarrassed to admit it's creeping close to a decade now since I self-published my first book. If everything had gone according to my grand design, I'd be sitting on a beach, sunglasses on to shield against the sun's glare off the screen of my laptop, a … Continue reading How Not to be a Successful Author
It is Monday, Oct. 12, 2020 as I write this (Happy Thanksgiving, Canadians). It's been six days since lung cancer stole a legendary guitar player from the world...Eddie Van Halen. There are so many words available to describe the man and his work...genius, luminary, ground-breaking, enormous, mind-boggling...feel free to add your own descriptions in the … Continue reading Thinking About EVH