Hi everyone, Just a quick post to link to the first couple of episodes, now out on Amazon. Each Episode covers two chapters and is a twenty to thirty minute read. So far I have the first five episodes live. They run 20-30 minutes or so. Just right for a commute, easy to DL, and they are available as short reads on Amazon. They are shareable and lendable So you can share your reads with friends.
It’s a sad fact of life that a lot of us have to make a slog into the office daily. Typically we have to make the same journey home at the end of the day. This is my effort to provide a little something to entertain during the ride. You know, For those days you who cringe at the thought of doing the news first thing in the morning. I have days like that.
Like I said earlier, Episodes 1 – 5 are now available and I’ll make the rest live soon.
Well, folks, here you go. The cover for Paladin’s Way ~ Soulstone.
The release will happen on September 1st. Via Amazon, of course.
Best wishes to you all.
Just released this short on Amazon as a prelude to my first main novel, Paladin’s way ~ Soulstone. I’m excited as a kid at Christmas. The short (About 20 pages) is at www.amazon.com. Hope you’ll check it out. I also hope to do a cover reveal soon for Soulstone. It’ll be awesome IMHO.
My family has been great as I flop and twitch and mumble getting ready to do the debut. I’d go crazy without them. I’m grateful to them.
More good stuff coming soon. Stay tuned. See you again soon. 🙂
I have to say one thing about scene creation I’ve seen over and over as I search for lessons on craft. If you want to write a novel you have to make trouble for your main character.
You know, put him up a tree and throw rocks at him. Two dogs and one bone. You get the general picture.
It’s what novelists DO.
I found a Jewel by a master that explains the concept in a way that lets you get your head around it. I just can’t say enough to recommend this to anyone wishing to understand an essential aspect of story-craft.
One more time. I say again. Essential Aspect.
But you know what? With a little practice it can become a part of what you do naturally.
Conflict and Suspense by James Scott Bell
Seriously, check it out. Keep on writing.