This year I’ve made it a goal to read at least one book from a fellow independent author per month. From those, I also plan to share those which I find particularly good to help other independent authors find potential
Self-Editing for Fiction Writers: How to Edit Yourself Into Print by Renni Browne My rating: 5 of 5 stars My second read-through of this book. The first time I read it was when I started the editing process for my
As the culture of selfies, live streams, Twitter updates, Instagram, Snapchats, sexting and all other forms of broadcasting ourselves to the world has exploded over the last few years, concern has grown that our new culture is breeding a society
The book blog tour for ‘A Confession’ is underway! Through September 7th ‘A Confession’ will be featured and reviewed across a variety of some of the best book blogs online. You can follow along with the tour here, at Sage’s
Being a male, there are a few genres that I generally don’t dip into, like romance, erotica, etc. But one thing I do love is a good thriller. The thing is, I generally read thrillers written by males, with male
I’m a pretty voracious reader – so far this year I’ve read 41 books, and the majority of them have been pretty good. Unfortunately though, up until yesterday, none of the books I’ve read in 2016 have been absolutely fantastic.
Over the past few years I’ve been making a concerted effort to dive in to a lot more “classic” literature. I’d already read a fair amount of it, mixed in with modern day thrillers and adventure stories, but until less
As I keep working on various short stories to break up the writing of my next novel, I have quite a few ideas on the back burner. One of them involves a radical environmentalist who gets stuck in a tight