Cultural Changes of The ‘Purge Plague’ (Part 5)

Cultural Changes caused by The Purge Plague Over the last four segments, I wrote about the roots of the plague and the causal effects on Mona’s community. In this segment, I cover the cultural effects which resulted. It should be noted that while the plague was halted, it was not eradicated. Over centuries, people made many attempts to… Continue reading Cultural Changes of The ‘Purge Plague’ (Part 5)

I Saw Stars

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Good morning world. I’m looking forward to a new week that ends better than the last. Why? Let me tell you. Reflective in the title of this post, last Friday, I literally saw stars. No, they weren’t a bunch of five-star reviews of my books. One can hope. No, I didn’t see the stars of… Continue reading I Saw Stars

Good books are friends

My girlfriend and I had chinese food for dinner the other night. I’d like to share with you what my fortune cookie had hidden inside. “Good books are friends who are always ready to talk to us.” For the readers out there, I think you will agree. Good or bad, they talk to us, reach into… Continue reading Good books are friends

Sales are the best review but are they really?

Hello friends and fans. Yesterday afternoon I got a pleasant surprise. Someone bought a copy of my book, ‘Broken Steele‘ from Smashwords. Thank you. However, that one little revelation got me poking around all of my sales outlets. To my surprise, over the past three months, unbeknownst to me, hundreds of copies of all of… Continue reading Sales are the best review but are they really?

Thank you, one and all

Thank you, one and all A big thank you to David who gave me a pair of reviews for The Taste of Honey and Broken Steele. You’re awesome man. A big thank you also to everyone who bought my books these last couple of weeks. Apparently, the ‘Her Client Series’ is quite popular and a lot of you around the world… Continue reading Thank you, one and all