NOW AVAILABLE! Part VII of Samuel Blondahl's La Saveur de la
Vie. Le Prédateur AnnetteA thrilling new chapter of Samuel Blondahl's ongoing annual Halloween Horror serial. WARNING: This story contains adult content. Reader discretion is advised.
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Self publishing is a difficult career, if you don't promote, no one will know your work exists, but advertising is expensive, and I don't have the capital. All I can do is reach out through social media, I tweet and I book faces, I attempt art photography on Instagram, with the occasional nod to my books. I'm on Goodreads too, and more people should do that. It's neat. But I'm still not making the kind of bank I need to. I mostly blame you. You clearly aren't buying enough books, I shouldn't need to do this, I should be selling a hundred copies a month. It's patently ridiculous that I should have to stoop to sales. Yech. But here we are. Click the links below, or the cover art to BUY MY BOOKS and please review them on Amazon and Goodreads, reviews from users like you matter more than you know, and I would love to hear what you think. Happy New Year!
My latest book, an anthology of science fiction and adventure stories is available HERE
The Girl Who Came From The Moon is finally complete. The First draft anyway, a juvenile fiction novel spinning the "magical teenager" genre on its head with hard science fiction replacing the fantasy element. My approach is one I have never seen before, that's not to say it's never been done, but at least it's new to me. Seeking Publication I have three books in edits now, in three different genres, and I am starting to look toward publisher submissions again. A gruelling and difficult process, filled with vast stretches of irritation, waiting, and disappointment. But this time, I think there will be a different outcome. I've always been bad at submission packets. Every publisher has different requirements for submissions, every editor has their own preferred way to read new material. Some of them won't even look at hard copy anymore, and will throw even the most carefully prepared manuscript right into the trash without glancing at it. I understand th…