Publishing books on Amazon has gotten me thinking (along with doing some ARCing around for others). It's crazy how a book dipping below 4.0 on Amazon on Goodreads feels like a death sentence. Although, that may be a bit of an exaggeration I'm sure it doesn't help. Going off personal experience—in which I think I'm … Continue reading Book Reviews: What’s your philosophy?
This 15 minutes of random writing, inspired by a song. https://youtu.be/638tY1H-apc I walked out of the cave. I wasn’t sure what I was expecting. I had woken up just a few minutes before. No, not in a frozen-cryostasis-whatever tube. I wasn’t frozen, but everything else was. The inside of the cave had icicles legitimately taller … Continue reading Age of Transparency
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be released from jail and meet a perfect girl, only to have her mother hate your very existence? Have you ever met a wonderful guy, but your upbringing makes it tough for you to relate to his situation? If so, then my second book, 25 … Continue reading My Second Book
Medusa, A Love Story by Sasha Summers My rating: 5 of 5 stars If you have any interest in Medusa, the Greek Gods, or romance in general then I strongly suggest you read this book. I would say it is more of a 4.75 out of 5 due to one particularly slow part (around 30 … Continue reading Book Review: Medusa, A Love Story
Where to start... where to start... All the last few chapters have been posted here: http://royalroadl.com/my/fiction/10371 I am currently in the middle of an editing marathon (somehow I managed so that three books got to the editing stage at the same time 😩). Update: Just sent one off to a proofreader. Delegation! First, I'm finishing up … Continue reading A Me Update
The rain stopped as suddenly as it began. The wind died down and the clouds began to break apart, as sun rays found their way to warm the ground. The mysterious army halted, and seeming to await further orders - it wouldn't be long now. Cydel stood on the northern wall, staring into the distance … Continue reading 2.18: Cydel
Even before crossing the border into camp, Christian could tell something was amiss. The First Controller marched through the camp perimeter, ignoring the mud he kicked up, frustrated by the loss of his horse earlier. Mercy and empathy were much more exhausting than he had thought. Christian made a bee-line for Sarkard’s tent, arriving to … Continue reading 2.17: Christian