Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 3

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 3 – The Paranormal Problem This is the third of a five part series about authors navigating fantasy’s many overlapping subgenres (please also see  Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 1   Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 2 ). Given the prevalence of paranormal fantasy novels, authors writing any other … Continue reading Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 3

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 2

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 2 – Fantasy Writers in the Wilderness This is the second of a five part series about authors navigating fantasy’s many overlapping subgenres (for Part 1, please see:  Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 1 ). The risk of being categorized with books significantly different from your chosen subgenre is … Continue reading Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 2

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 1

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 1: The Challenge This is the first of a five part series about authors navigating fantasy’s many overlapping subgenres. Fantasy authors face a challenge: ensuring that potential readers know which subgenre(s) their work fits into. For better or worse, book buyers’ purchasing decisions, particularly for lesser-known authors, are driven … Continue reading Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 1

Using Author’s Notes to Pique Readers’ Interest and Promote Your Book

Author’s notes are short passages deployed in both fiction and non-fiction books to add information that doesn’t fit into the main text about the book’s contents or to expound on the author’s intent. Sometimes these notes show off how much research the writer did in creating the book. Readers, if they bother to check the … Continue reading Using Author’s Notes to Pique Readers’ Interest and Promote Your Book

Advance Praise for THE LORDS OF POWDER

“Intensely felt, ravishingly decorative and movingly personal . . . the motifs ring with authenticity and heat . . . an authorial feat both timeless and transient.” ModernUrbanFantasyFanzine.com “Though a swashbuckling, action-packed read with literary pretensions that may accurately render some of South Florida in the late ’70s, The Lords of Powder should in no way be construed as a true … Continue reading Advance Praise for THE LORDS OF POWDER