Monthly Archives: July 2016

Stuck in the Game Cover Launch!

Check out the gorgeous cover art for my new novel, Stuck in the Game: Release date: August 4th Advertisements

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What’s your Preference on the Fantasy to Science Fiction Continuum?

Where does your preference land on this continuum?

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The Problem with Horror Anime

About a year ago I wrote a FANTASTIC post called The Problem with Romance Anime, and considering the majority of my audience – you guys – are anime watchers, it has become my most consistently viewed post (fancy that!). So … Continue reading

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Game of Thrones vs. A Song of Ice and Fire [What’s the Difference?]

Many fans of the Game of Thrones series who haven’t read the A Song of Ice and Fire books always ask if there are any main differences between the books and the TV show. The short answer is yes, but they … Continue reading

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How to Get Published Step 12: Rinse and Repeat Pt. 2

If you’ve done everything in these steps to the best of your ability, there is nothing much more I can tell you. Now it comes down to luck and the agent/publisher’s reaction to your work depending on how well the … Continue reading

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How to Get Published Step 11: Rejection

As hard as it might seem, rejections are a good thing. It means that your emails are getting read and which agents will reply to you by email for the next manuscript that you have to pitch when you have … Continue reading

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How to Get Published Step 10: Searching & Submitting

There really is nothing I can say in this bit because each agency and publisher is going to have different guidelines and requirements. My tenth piece of advice is this: have these things proofread ready to go: Manuscript Query Letter Two-Page … Continue reading

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