After a longer wait than I’d planned, volume 2 of ‘The Erik Midgard Case Files’ is available now on Amazon. The first chapter (with more to follow) is also available to read for free here. Continue reading
(A few surviving tally sticks; the original “Stocks”)
It’s something that happens to all of us. After getting an idea, you work hard to put it together in the best possible form, you finish and feel satisfied, and then you stumble across something which – if you’d known about it at the start – could either have made the process much simpler, easier and quicker or enhanced the finished product. For writers it can come with an especially irritating edge, as I’ve recently been reminded of when it happened to me a few days ago. Continue reading
Once again, I need to start this post by apologising for the wait. The good news is that the main cause of my recent slow down is now behind me. I have finished “The Lost Libraries Archive” and – while there are still some revisions to come – I’m aiming to have it up on Amazon and Wattpad relatively soon. (Unfortunately, I may soon be going back to square 1 on my posting speed as I am beginning a new project, the first novel of a new series, side by side with the editing. More on this in future posts).
As I’m planning to bring “The Lost Libraries Archive” out online, I thought I write something today about a common concern among new authors have in the internet age: digital piracy. Continue reading
I have just settled on the title of the second Erik Midgard book. The writing is going well and “The Lost Libraries Archive” will hopefully be available in a few months. The ebook tags are going to be exactly the same as Book 1; science fiction, time travel, detective and murder mystery. To celebrate the sequel, I am going to be posting all the chapters of the first installment of Erik’s saga “The Time Traveller’s Ball” on Wattpad here for online enjoyment. I hope you all like it and as always I hope its as fun to read as it was to write. I will also be unveiling the cover of “The Lost Libraries Archive” here fairly soon.