Whether you’re a science nerd like me, or you are someone else getting on with life, you’ll probably know Mars has been in the news a lot in 2018. The momentum has been gathering for some time, but an announcement in late 2017, by Elon Musk, caused a stir that threw a spotlight on our
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You may have seen on social media that I attended the Surrey International Writers Conference over this past weekend. I participated in the Author Signing Event on the Saturday evening, alongside sixty other authors – some famous (Tess Gerritsen), and some just like me; an indie. It was a busy and quick hour and a
Working on the next book of the Rubicon Saga has been great fun. I’m about a third of the way through my first real draft and finding the story developing some interesting twists and turns. As a creative person, I always marvel at how my creative works tend to take on a life of their
We Are Mars is celebrating its one month anniversary and readers are already loving the book. Here’s some of the feedback I’ve received in past weeks: “I’m not normally into science fiction, but this is a real page turner!” “I enjoyed the characters and their the story arc as well as the fact that the
We Are Mars is off to a running start out there is Book Land. I gave it as good a shove forward as any doting parent should. Now we shall wait and see if it will fly on its own. The marketing continues, but all the hard, ‘getting off the ground’ stuff is behind us.
Yes! The paperback of We Are Mars is now available to purchase through major online retailers. But there’s a catch – it’s not available. Wait—what? You read that right, dear reader. This is what happens when you publish your books using a PRINT ON DEMAND system like I use. It creates this curious conflict of
It isn’t always easy to begin the writing process after a long hiatus. That is why I decided to not leave too much time between We Are Mars and it’s follow-up – Storm At Dawn. I have a good feel for where I’ve left off at the end of We Are Mars, so now is