So I think I announced it on facebook and twitter and completely forgot to announce it on here. Whoops. The sequel to Soul Echo: Discovery has a name! It will be called DIVIDE! I'm going with a theme here. Have you spotted it! Since November is fast approaching and I like a good challenge (Insert … Continue reading Sequel Title Reveal & Update
What a week it's been. Not only did I turn 30 on Monday (21st), but I also finished editing Soul Echo! I'm still planning on entering it into the Kindle Storyteller UK 2018 competition so I'm working on getting it uploaded as we speak. The Kindle/Kindle Unlimited version is already live here: Link to kindle store … Continue reading What a week!
The Kindle Storyteller Writing Competition is back for it's second year. Last year the winner was David Leadbeater with The Relic Hunters. I thought about entering the competition last year but there was no way that I could've had Soul Echo ready in time to enter. Then, of course, I completely forgot all about it until … Continue reading Kindle Storyteller Writing Competition 2018
"Alright, the scene is set. Let's hope today is the day. T-minus ninety seconds till connection occurs." The room erupted into motion as everyone scrambled to get to a monitor to watch. Harold was going through the crowd taking bets on whether it would succeed or fail. In office MMCCXLIX of the Fates Department, the … Continue reading Project 365 Day 10: missed connections
"I saved your life." "You pushed me off a building!" "Saved your life didn't I?" "And broke my arm in the process!" "But you're alive..." That earned me a scowl that could have frozen a volcano solid. "Next time I'll leave you on that roof with the gun wielding crackhead shall I?" "I would have … Continue reading Project 365 Day 7: Lifesaver
Soul Echo is an idea that I first thought up way back in 2007 after catching an article about overpopulation in a newspaper. This was also the year that I discovered NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). I used this idea for it and tried and failed epically because I tried to do it alone. The next year … Continue reading Soul Echo: Discovery