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Random Thoughts on Marketing and Writing

Strange as this may sound, I found it hard to start this post because I feel like I am still an ignorant Freshman in the game. Not “new” in terms of writing, but new in the business of Amazon and selling books on an online store. I am going to ramble, the post is over 1,000 words and I don’t even think I got anywhere in it, but maybe there’s some nugget of wisdom in…

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The Itch – A Post-Apocalyptic Dilemma

The Itch is now a part of Apocalyptic Fears VI – Download a copy, HERE They traveled on legs that had given out hours before to the pain and weariness of a forty-mile stretch. It was a bright, hot, cloudless bitch of a day, and for people stuck in between towns the choice was either walk or die. The sun locked in on them like a peeping Tom at an orgy, and their world was…

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The Secret To My Writing Speed is Simple – It’s The Process

It’s amazing how fast time flies. Around this time last year I was on a blog tour for Anstractor, taking bad advice and doing all the things that I was told to do in order to sell my book. Today I’m five books in and the feedback has gone from people being amazed at me writing a book, to people wondering how it is I keep pumping them out. The question concerns me. I wonder…

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Humanity’s Fear of The Machine… Is It Warranted?

In my book Re-Wired I wrote about the human race building androids to use as servants and lovers but restraining them from free-thought. The fear of Artificial Intelligence is a real fear after-all (as evidenced by this article). It is one of the most popular fears in Science Fiction–next to alien invasion, zombie apocalypse, and a meteor hitting the earth. We think that a superior computer will be developed in time, but we don’t want…

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Regarding Women’s Dislike of Brian Jackson

I am beyond confused on how I managed to write a character that men love–and somewhat get inspired by–but women absolutely hate. It was never my intent to evoke the sort of emotion from my female readership that comes about when it comes to discussing Brian. Women hate, hate, hate him, and those that make it to the end say that they love the writing but the lead character just makes them see red. For…

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