Name Reveal: Fabled Quest Chronicles 2020

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Name Reveal & Progress Report To kick off my writing madness for 2020, will be the new release of my epic fantasy Fabled Quest Chronicles series. For those of you eagerly waiting, the next novel of the six-book collection (hexalogy) is almost here: The Forest of Ancients! As many of you know, I’m not into writing those 1,000 page plus …

Signing Off for 2019 (And Sales)

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Yes, it’s that time already. The last gasp of 2019 is upon us, so this is my last blog post for the year. I’ll be enjoying my holidays too, but mostly focusing on my writing. In 2017, I really launched my Liquid Cool series and its sci-detective with attitude in a world of mega-skyscrapers, hovercars, cyborgs, off-world colonies, action and …

What If You Were the Casting Director for a Liquid Cool TV Series?

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Let me ask a fun question: What if my Liquid Cool — my sci-fi noir detective series — were a TV series? Which actors do you think should play the main characters? Who Should Play? (Pick two: Cruz and one other) PJ. Caucasian female (French), remember the initials stand for “Punch Judy” meaning she punches people with her bionic arms. …

National Cozy Mystery Day

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For this post, I’m going to completely defer to author Sarah Weldon whose post on the Alliance of Independent Authors is better than anything I’d write about September 15th, also known as National Cozy Mystery Day! Excerpt below but the link to the full post is here: https://selfpublishingadvice.org/national-cozy-mystery-day/ What is a Cozy Mystery?   “Cozy mysteries, also referred to as …

Where’s My Liquid Cool T-Shirt?

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When I published the debut novel of my sci-fi detective series, Liquid Cool back in 2016, I added something as a joke. Here’s an excerpt: He disappeared out the door and began to close it. “Wait,” I yelled. He popped back in. “What’s he wearing?” I pointed to one of the sidewalk johnnies, who stopped his kicking and stood up …