•August 28, 2014 • Leave a Comment
So a few days ago a friend of mine informed me that I had a small problem:
Important notice: it appears that there are a few defective copies of my book out there! One of my friends ordered from Amazon, and found that instead of getting pages 85-132 inclusive, he received a book with two sections of pages 133-180. If you are one such unlucky soul, please contact Red Wheel/Weiser customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-423-7087 with your address and they will be happy to replace your copy. Sorry for the inconvenience!
So I have decided to run a contest! If you find a misprinted copy of the book, take a picture or webcam video of you holding the book, showing me the misprinted pages, and I will send you a code for a free download of the Elemental CD with Isochronic Tones that I composed for use with the book! Link below:
Contact me via this blog (with a link,) my website, my Facebook author page, or my Twitter. Good luck!
•December 16, 2016 • Leave a Comment
The purpose of science fiction is, arguably, to make you think and question what it is we’re doing now. The Dispossessed does just that.
Source: Book Review: The Dispossessed by Ursula K. Le Guin
•October 31, 2016 • 1 Comment
Want to write a novel and you don’t know where to start? Sable Aradia gives you some suggestions for how to prepare for National Novel Writing Month.
Source: So You Want to Write a Novel? Ten Steps to Prep for National Novel Writing Month #NaNoWriMo
•October 25, 2016 • Leave a Comment
Sable offers a scathing review of the historical-mythological fantasy novel Hades’ Daughter; book one of The Troy Game by Sara Douglass.
Source: Book Review: Hades’ Daughter, Book 1 of The Troy Game by Sara Douglass
•October 21, 2016 • Leave a Comment
Sable reviews Andre Norton’s classic science fantasy novel “Witch World.”
Source: Book Review: Witch World by Andre Norton
•September 24, 2016 • Leave a Comment
Deadline time! Did I make it? The conclusion of the Okanagan Library Summer Reading Challenge, a recap, and a short review of “People of the River” by W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O’Neal Gear.
Source: Summer Okanagan Library Reading Challenge Update Sept 9 #ORL @WW_End