The first box of paperback copies of Enemy of the Gods arrived, and the cats couldn’t be more excited.
First review for Enemy of the Gods: Sometimes, Dreams are Overrated.
The elusive literary agent: who they are, what genres they prefer, and what does it take for them to love me. Okay, maybe not the latter.
This is a guide for creating the best possible images for your cover reveal needs. Also, in the most selfless way possible, I do the cover reveal of my upcoming #SFF novel ENEMY OF THE GODS.
Can a non-villain main character go too far and become unredeemable? Where is the line, and why is it drinking decaf? The transgressions are:
Quirks, Small Vices, Lying, Violence, Infidelity, Misdemeanors, Betrayal, Torture, Murder, Mind Control, Hurting Animals, Genocide, Sexism and Misogyny, Bigotry, Slavery, and others.
So I got bored and decided to categorize and create a few charts of the all-time top 100 movies (box office) by franchise using my own heuristics. And focusing on Marvel, because why not.
Have you ever bought a book because you saw its trailer?
Neither have I. But maybe—maybe!—this changes today.
Check the latest review for my Science Fiction and Fantasy novel. The reviewer says it has “more plot twists and turns than a Coney Island roller coaster.”
Check the latest review for my Science Fiction and Fantasy novel. The reviewer says it’s “The Hunger Games meets The Night Manager meets Ender’s Game.”
Check my first interview as an author with Nix Whittaker.