Pre-Order My Psychological Thriller – Win Amazing Art!

See those six illustrations on the table in front of me? Those that are intentionally out of focus and hidden behind a big business card? Those are the original artworks for my upcoming psychological thriller, At The Gate, all made by the incredible talented Axel Toth (@UrbanKnightArt). At The Gate is a dark, psychologically terrifying... Continue Reading →

5 Reasons to Work on Multiple Projects – The Benefits of Divided Attention

Let me ask you a question - do you work on multiple creative projects at the same time, or do you have a sole focus from start to finish? A friend of mine asked me this question recently, and we realized we're in completely different camps on the matter. I'm definitely in the former. Currently... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Storm of War by Bryan R. Saye

As an archaeologist I'm always fascinated by books and authors who dare play with history. Whether it is in fantastical worlds that only draw inspirations from our own, like Tolkien; historical mysteries and conspiracies like those woven by Dan Brown; or those incredible tales set in a more accurate past like Conn Iggulden. No matter... Continue Reading →

Finishing a Book & Not Knowing What To Do With Yourself

Ever read a book and felt a wave of sadness wash over you as you realize it's over and you can never relive that adventure in quite the same way again? Apparently that happens when you write books too. I just finished a novel I started in November. It was supposed to be last years... Continue Reading →

Read Indie – Find Gems! Book Review: IronBlood by C. H. Knyght

One of the best things about being an indie author is becoming a part of an indie author community. Not only do you meet like-minded souls, make friends for life, and learn to develop your craft and art, but occasionally you come across gems that other members of that community produce. This is one of... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Animal Farm by George Orwell

A definite must read — especially in this day and age. A few years ago, the only thing I knew about George Orwell was that he'd written 1984, and that it was about the government surveilling its citizens or something. So when I came across a cheap paperback copy of it in Oslo airport a... Continue Reading →

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