I wake up in the morning. It’s a little trickier to get out of bed. The blankets are heavier because, during the night, Gravity got all high and mighty and decided to become the dominant force of nature or something. […]Read more
A New Ghost
It happened on Wednesday, the thirty first of August. I am currently working from home. I have a setup in the office with a computer, screen, keyboard, chair and all the necessities including coffee. That’s where I am right now. […]Read more
How’s the new look?
I visited my web site the other day. I didn’t like it. It was drab. It was grey. It didn’t appeal to me. I mean, there were bits and pieces that looked alright but, really, when I sat back and […]Read more
Had holes in my jocks. It’s a thing, you know, when your undies are old and you’ve worn them so much there’s nothing left in the rear and it looks like a farmer has gone and blasted you with rabbit […]Read more
Manifesting the Ghost
They hide behind corners, slipping away as you turn your head and stare at the spot where you could have sworn something was. They crawl through the roof spaces, making soft scuffles as they dance over the insulation and under […]Read more
The Bullet Audiobook
I started the audiobooks off with The Bullet. Why? It’s short. It’s slow. It’s silent. Short I needed, more than anything else, to launch an audiobook off the ground and see how it flies. Unfortunately for The Bullet, it’s my […]Read more
Publishing That Audio Book
And so the time came to click that little button: Publish. Whether it’s on Smashwords or Amazon’s KDP or Findaway Voices, it’s a bloody hard button to click. The cursor dances around it. The mouse button doesn’t seem to click […]Read more
In the previous post, I explained that I will be undertaking voice overs and presenting some of my books as audiobooks. Great, awesome, let’s get cracking. Not so fast. After a practice run of about five minutes using my phone […]Read more
My US? No thanks.
A quick update on the whole ‘getting things from Amazon US into Australia because I can’t buy my own book to check if it’s actually properly configured’ thing. I don’t remember just how much of the story I’ve gotten through, […]Read more
What’s More Important?
When I was a kid, when the world extended as far as my house and school, when the only people who exist were my family and friends, it was easy to make decisions. As I got older and my world […]Read more