Amazon Books has published their list of the Best Books of 2018, and guess what science-fiction-prison-planet-adventure got included? Check out the full list of other syfy titles here: ow.ly/qdZy50jDnkj Congrats to the other winners, especially everyone from TOR Books. Amazing company to be included in. Check out the trailer if you haven’t seen it, and you can pre-order The Razor […]
Given that it’s from Travis Baldree, the awesome voice actor (and game designer and artist and all around journeyman) who’s recording the audiobook version of The Razor for Highbridge Audio, I’m not sure if it totally counts as “fan art”… Then again, maybe it double counts in that case? We’ll go with that. Either way, check out Travis’s awesome syfy […]
Here’s something no one asked for, yet is pretty kick ass: the book trailer for my new science fiction novel The Razor, from TOR Books. Just another SyFy, Prison Planet, Action Adventure book. Check it out in HD on YouTube: Probably the best voice acting on any book trailer ever (yes, yours truly, so the previous observation is sarcasm). […]
It’s not about reaching a completed version of something (with a true beginning, middle, and end; what we generally call a draft). This is about knowing when something is finished. When it is at the final draft. The hard part is, a final draft doesn’t always equal a success.
Female characters are often labeled “strong” because there is an element to them that’s self aware they are doing things not stereotypically associated with being female. As much as they pretend to shrug off the “male gaze”, they’re actually just another version of it. Physically strong perhaps…but not well written.
Finishing something is a milestone. Finishing something with true forethought and intention is a victory. Doing so, puts you at a different stage of your career and progress as an artist.
A round about way of announcing what you probably already guessed…my new novel The Razor is finally coming out, and it will be published by Tor books in November. Help me celebrate something I never thought I’d see: a book with my name on it and that famous triangular logo at the bottom.