With NaNoWriMo finally over and edits on the horizon, I wanted to revisit each of my current works a snippet at a time. First up is the book that started it all. Subject 5691: Petri began as a flash serial based around a photo prompt. That first small snippet, much like Petri, took on a mind of its own and became the start of not one but two series: The Edgeworld Chronicles and the Wolves of Sorrow.Continue reading “Teaser Tuesday – Subject 5691: Petri”
I want to thank everyone who’s purchased, read, or boosted Draxton’s Destiny. This book took far too long to write, but I’m kind of glad I waited. This isn’t a book I could’ve written when Petri was released but it’s the book that it needed to be. I’m overjoyed to see others enjoy the broken soldier and his Minshaari. It’s been a bright spot in an increasingly dark reality.Continue reading “Teaser Tuesday -Draxton’s Destiny”
Draxton’s Destiny, the sequel of Subject 5691: Petri, is now available on Amazon in ebook, paperback, and in Kindle Unlimited. This book was a labor of love, and sometimes there was a lot more on the side of labor than love, but I feel it was worth it. So please, go! Buy if you can, read on KU if you think it may suit you, or considering sharing on your socials.Continue reading “Draxton’s Destiny is Now LIVE!”
Draxton’s Destiny releases next week! Wheee! This novel has been a wild ride from start to finish. Originally written in serial flash format using prompts, Draxton suffered far too many years of attempted revisions until I settled on a full rewrite. It didn’t come easy, but with only one week remaining until it’s out in the world, I can honestly say I’m absolutely thrilled with the end result. This week’s teaser is another deleted scene, the last full interlude I wrote then discarded. I hope you enjoy it, and Draxton’s Destiny.Continue reading “Teaser Tuesday -Draxton’s Destiny”
Draxton’s Destiny is one week closer to release, and I’m
terrified excited to see what everyone thinks of the wounded sergeant and his Minshaari. Last week, I presented an interlude from the Ravyn’s point of view which was cut from the final novel as extraneous information. This week is no different. Read on for a deleted scene featuring my original space boys, Petri and Grokhaar.