Okay, Dear Readers, this is a BIG one. That's what she said. All Fiction Free Giveaway for February This month I'm in two giveaways, and the first up is a pretty massive one with 69 (totes appropriate for Feb) free short stories and full novels that span just about every genre which guarantees there's something… Continue reading Free eBooks for February: A Genrepalooza!
More Free Fantasy eBooks – 35 Magic, Myth, and Alchemy Tales
Well, this is just your lucky week, Dear Reader, becuase we're ending it (or beginning it, no judgement on how you organize your calendars) with another huge chunk of totally free ebooks. I started off the year linking you to 23 free fantasy novels and novellas, and now I've got some more: Magic, Myth, &… Continue reading More Free Fantasy eBooks – 35 Magic, Myth, and Alchemy Tales
I Read: The Ocean at the End of the Lane
I finished Neil Gaiman's The Ocean at the End of the Lane this morning. It's funny how much good words can make me cry. I've been dipping my toes into multiple books at once lately which results in me not finishing anything, or taking an inordinately long amount of time to do so, and then… Continue reading I Read: The Ocean at the End of the Lane
Fantasy eBook Giveaway – 23 Free Titles!
Happy new year, Dear Reader. We made it to 2021, and I hope your resolution was to read more because I've got a link to 23 totally free ebooks from fantasy authors all over the internet for you to download, including my Greek-inspired myth, The Korinniad! World of Fantasy Giveaway This giveaway's got it all:… Continue reading Fantasy eBook Giveaway – 23 Free Titles!
A Short List of Happy Word-Related Things
I've been reading a lot more the past few years, and I've created this new habit of getting involved with three or four books at a time, a sort of poly-bibliophile, so switching between books coupled with the fact I am a pretty slow reader (everyone gets a voice in my head, and if the… Continue reading A Short List of Happy Word-Related Things
2020 Goals: My Year of Content
For the past two years, I've been working from home, and by "working" I mean writing and not making a damn cent. That all changes this year. I have a solid plan to release at least three books (self-published on Amazon) and produce at least three more drafts. Ideally, both of those threes will be… Continue reading 2020 Goals: My Year of Content
I like to let my brain melt after work, and I'll watch a lot of YouTube, or I'll play a TV show I've seen a hundred times already in the background as I do some other task like dye my hair, but neither of these things are particularly stimulating. If I'm paying enough attention then… Continue reading Good Media