Augur of Shadows and Supporting Indie Authors with Jacob Rundle

Today I’m chatting with author and book blogger Jacob Rundle. We’ll be talking about his book, Augur of Shadows, his inspiration for the work, as well as how he plans on helping to support the indie writer community. Links mentioned in the podcast: Pre-order Augur of Shadows: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KXDLT6H Follow Jacob on Twitter: @jrundy08

Archangel, Big Red Pen Editing, and D&D with D. William Landsborough!

Today, I’ve got a special guest with me. D. William Landsborough chats with me about his debut novel, Archangel, his editing business, Big Red Pen, and we discuss the value of D&D and other table top role playing games. Here are the links from the video: Pre-order Archangel: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MHM2VNS Big Red Pen Editing: http://www.bigredpenediting.com

Reader Immersion & POV: What Makes a Character Memorable? Part I

I began thinking about this blog entry during my read through of George R.R. Martin’s Nightflyers novella two Sundays ago. It’s always at the forefront of my mind in my creative process to be thinking about creating memorable characters. Martin is usually very good at this, along with world building, establishing interesting lore, and at times letting side characters…