Category Archives: software

ProWritingAid is Improving My Process

I’ve been busy lately on several improvement projects. The first project involved releasing revised versions of the Young Hieronymus series; The Huntress, A Lesson in Power, and Amaranthine Dreams. I wanted to do this for a couple of reasons, 1) … Continue reading

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Finally, A New Cover

Creating fantasy and science fiction covers for my stories is really a bear. Finding the right collection of images to manipulate into a genre specific cover sometimes feels like an useless quest. Lots of modern day images to choose from, … Continue reading

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Tech Monday – 4th-Gen Apple TV

My new Apple TV arrived today and so far I’m liking it. I purchased the 32GB model as I didn’t think my usage habits would require the 64GB one, but who knows. It replaced the 2nd-gen model I’ve had for a … Continue reading

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Pirates of Misfortune Released

After a few hours with Acorn, my graphic program of choice, I had a pretty decent cover for my latest short story (see right), Pirates of Misfortune. Once the cover was complete it didn’t take long to upload the sources … Continue reading

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