WARLOCK OF ROCHESTER: Book 3

Writing a series that isn't a serial can be difficult. Books become formulaic, and to some degree, the same characters in either an overarching battle facing minor bosses to reach the final big boss is necessary. However, with detective novels, a writer can risk doing the same case with a different cast over and over... Continue Reading →

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Outsourcing

April - a month from Hell this year. Why? My comprehensive examinations are next week. An entire week of 8-hour exams. As a PhD in Biological Anthropology, I'll be testing in Trauma (Forensic / Physical Anthropology), Evolution (Hominin / Molecular Anthropology), and Biomechanics (Mechanical Engineering / Anthromechanics). The process is exhausting, and I've balanced this... Continue Reading →

Reviewers: Solicited and Random

Reviews sell books. They're also a pain. Depending on what website you believe, as few as 1% of readers might actually write a review. For authors, that's unfortunate. Reviews (as mentioned in the first line) sell books. Good, bad - they increase your presence online. Now, there are solicited reviews as well as these random... Continue Reading →

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