My Valducan short, Raid on Wewelsburg releases tomorrow as part of Cohesion Press’ SNAFU: Black Ops anthology. I’m very excited about this story because it shows a completely new perspective of the Valducan world with a different cast than any of the other previously released tales. With any story, there is always the defining […]
One year ago, my second Black Raven collection Sea of Quills hit the shelves. So in keeping with the tradition with Eleven Facts about Mountain of Daggers, I want to celebrate with a few bits of trivia about Ahren’s second collection. And being that there are nine stories, it deserves nine fun facts.
1: Unlike most of […]
It’s been quiet on my blog, but I’ve been busy chatting it up on other blogs.
So for anyone that has missed my current blog-storm, you can find them here.
At Beauty in Ruins, you can read about how I came up with some of the unique monsters I used for Dämoren, Hounacier, and the Screamers […]
One year ago today Hounacier hit the digital shelves. In honor of its birthday, and keeping with the tradition that I started with Dämoren’s first birthday, I wanted to share a few fun facts about it.
1: Originally, Hounacier wasn’t intended to be the second novel. I’d planned to write Ibenus, followed by Hounacier […]
Today marks one year since Mountain of Daggers’ release.
I’ve written before about the journey it took for it to finally hit print, as well as the various inspirations. But in honor of Black Raven’s birthday, I wanted to share a few bits about my roguish hero. And because there are eleven stories, I figure […]
Dämoren was released one year ago today. In honor of the occasion, I wanted to share a few facts about it. And since Dämoren has 18 shells, I decided on 18 facts.
1: Dämoren was originally planned to have been built by the Italian gun-maker Beretta. But when researching, I learned that Beretta didn’t do much work with […]
With two book releases in a single month, everything has been busy. However, I’ve found the time to write several guest blogs concerning my new books as well as my thoughts on the genre.
At RisingShadow I have, Pulp Heroes: Why We Love Them. I discuss how pulp heroes are not just some forgotten heroes of […]
I’ve written before about how travel has inspired many of my story ideas. Now that Mountain of Daggers is just about to arrive, I want to share how much Venice Italy has influenced it. In fact, if wasn’t for Venice there would be no Black Raven series. I’d originally written a single story, Birth […]
As I’ve written before, every author can name specific things they’ve seen, or read, that eventually appeared in one of their stories. One city that has, and will continue to inspire my writing, is Florence Italy.
My first trip to Florence was in 2006, then again in 2012. It is a beautiful city, brimming […]
Every writer can name specific things they’ve seen, or read, that eventually appeared in one of their stories, either as a central plot-point or just atmosphere. For me, the one place that held the most kernels of inspiration was the Doge’s Palace in Venice Italy.
I first visited it during my Honeymoon in 2006. My […]