I love this so much. So much. https://www.tor.com/2018/11/29/medieval-matters-the-many-sins-of-braveheart/?fbclid=IwAR0o8HI7sC4WQuaV-drb2rVSPf27h_1zy-vReZaTXoFumpcOhYb14-1cZT0 … [Read more...] about On William Wallace, Dubious Accuracy of
Hi, guys. I am writing this by dictating to Dragon Naturally Speaking. Wheee. For those of you who missed the twitch chat, I got my doctor results back. The good news is that I’m neither diabetic nor pre-diabetic, which was my biggest fear. My glucose level is normal. In fact, it was so … [Read more...] about State of the Hands
The previous post containing Diamond Fire wallpaper has been updated with a high quality file, included here for your convenience. The audio reader for IRON AND MAGIC has been chosen, and we are super stoked, because he did a sample and it is brilliant. To answer your questions, Renee … [Read more...] about Wallpapers, audio, and keyboards
Today is Monday and we have a full plate. Edits on IRON AND MAGIC have come in, so they need to be implemented. Also the beta reads are trickling in and most people dug the book, so that's great. As usual, we have to expand the epilogue. Galleys for Magic Triumphs are here, and we have to work … [Read more...] about It’s Monday! Yay! Or not.
On a deadline, so a short post for the authors who are just starting out on their career path. Publishing industry has some typical practices. Established writers view it as the cost of doing business. 1. Reoccurring Titles. This is normal. Happens all the time. You can't copyright your titles. … [Read more...] about PSA: Typical Industry Practices