I am super pumped to announce that my new book is out on Amazon. Six bucks buys you this super sweet compilation of poetry, short stories, scripts, and songs, and thanks to Prime, it can be at your doorstep in a matter of days. What I am most excited about is the chance to spotlight some pretty cool people I have met during my time on this spinning ball called Earth. THEY are definitely worth getting to know. Please, pick yourself up a copy today. Now, even =)
Today is the last day to pick up your free Kindle copy of my sci-fi novella, Into the Valley of Monsters. So, act now! and have a groovy day.
Hello amazing writer friends, here are a few comical pointers on what not to do when you’ve finally reached the point of publishing your manuscript:
-Stab yourself in the eye, instead of signing the contract
-Throw your computer across the room after finishing the final sentence
-Describe your novel as “too difficult to explain”
-Measure your novel length in trees cut down
-Set your font to neon Wingdings
-Record your audio book beside a buzz saw or jackhammer
-Pre-order a bunch of copies and spend the official release date throwing them at animals and/or random passersby
Hello my wonderful friends,
I am so excited to announce that our new poetry compilation, Poíēma, is now available on Amazon! So much thanks to Jesus Christ, my wife, Katie, and guest writers, Karen Ybarra & Joseph Cassidy, for helping bring this wonderful work to fruition.
Currently it’s part of the Kindle Direct Publishing Select program, meaning that those of you with Kindle Unlimited can now own it for free. (Just 2.99 for those without!) Please feel free to pick up a copy. Every download counts!
Thank you so much for being you,
It was a great experience and inspired me to write “Into the Valley of Monsters,” a science fantasy novella about a young man who travels across his planet to bring honor back to his village and the woman he loves. It is now available for purchase (only $5 on Amazon!), for those interested.
Today, Galaxy Press sent me a groovy little badge to commemorate my time with them:
It’s the small things, I tell you. Big differences are built on the back of, as Raymond Carver would say, “a small, good thing.”
If you’d like to try your hand at the contest yourself, click here. I’ll be praying for your literary (and/or illustrative) success.
Blessings to you in Christ,