How to support an indie author for free – a first experience with the Kindle Scout Program

This is the launch week for a young adult science fiction book called Joan the Made written by Kristen Pham. While I always enjoy celebrating my fellow indie author's bookbirthdays, this one is special as it is the first book I helped bring to market through Amazon's Kindle Scout Program. I say that like I … Continue reading How to support an indie author for free – a first experience with the Kindle Scout Program

Project Gene Assist Book 2, The Watch & Wand – You always have a choice. Make the right one

Barring acts of God or radioactive slime beast hellbent on scaling the largest tower in my city while simultaneously leaving a swart of destruction in its wake, by this time next week, my book children will officially outnumber my human children. I am going to level with you - it hasn't been easy. When my … Continue reading Project Gene Assist Book 2, The Watch & Wand – You always have a choice. Make the right one

Dead Flies and Sherry Trifle by Geoff Le Pard – A Rambling Review

I have two children under the age of ten which apparently means that I have two people who can somehow muster the strength to throw every single pillow or cushion off a bed or couch without breaking a sweat and yet can't seem to muster the energy required to close the door all the way … Continue reading Dead Flies and Sherry Trifle by Geoff Le Pard – A Rambling Review

Calling on Beta Readers – Project Gene Assist Book Two

It was supposed to be a simple supply run But after the world ends, nothing is ever simple. While the last few days have gone out of their way to put me behind schedule, I am set to finish edits of book two in my speculative fiction series (Project Gene Assist), currently titled The Watch & … Continue reading Calling on Beta Readers – Project Gene Assist Book Two

A Thousand Rooms by Helen Jones: A Rambling Review

It is a rare book that makes me care about the characters before the end of the first act. A Thousand Rooms, by Helen Jones - this book, had me crying before I'd even read ten percent. Repeatedly. And not just a little. I had to put it down more than once in order to … Continue reading A Thousand Rooms by Helen Jones: A Rambling Review