Recently, a reader asked me what tools I use to write. I thought this was a good question as there are a lot of tools out there right now. So, here goes. My laptop of choice is a MacBook Pro 13 with Retina display. The slate gray version. I like everything about this laptop […]

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Recently, I heard from an adult reader who wanted to tell me how much she enjoyed my first book, The Dragon Thieves: A Tale of Hope and Adventure. I was flattered, of course. It’s always nice to hear that something you’ve written has brought someone else joy. She asked if Hope was going to find […]

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When I write an adventure about Hope and her friends, I try to use as many real places and creatures as I can. By doing this, I give you, the curious reader, something to learn outside of my books, while bringing the world I’ve created to life. My only rule for putting something real in […]

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Today, I want to talk about the basics of self-publishing. This article is only a broad overview. Each topic discussed warrants a blog post on its own, which I’ll dive into at a later date. For now, I want to get you started with the basics. At the end of this article is a link […]

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The following information is about my experience in self-publishing. For further, more in-depth information about ISBNs beyond this post, a good starting point would be here: WIKIPEDIA and here: BOWKER Why am I posting this? Because I’m sure, I’m not the only self-publishing author who wondered how the heck do I get an ISBN? Or […]

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