Month: April 2015

Independent Publishing Publishing Industry News Writing Business

Print Still Strong In A Digital Age

The advent of e-readers has been a blessing from the Almighty God for independent author. All those ideas in our head now won’t have to go through the slush pile and we won’t have to wait a month for a rejection letter. We can publish as soon as we’re finished writing our opus. This has motivated some indie authors to chuck print media altogether. However, that may not be the best idea right now or in the near future.

Places RIU World Building Short Stories The Dark Corner

RIU – Meechum Forest

When we look up at the stars into the vast space of the universe, we are sometimes struck with a sense of wonder in how everything came to be. Scientists know that the universe is, amazingly, expanding, which has implications.

It is no different with the RIU (Reality Imagination Universe). Though it is currently a small place, it is ever expanding. New discoveries are popping up all of the time. One of those discoveries is a little forest in rural Pennsylvania called Meechum Forest. Today, I explore this place and what its origins may be.

Book Review Novels Reading

Review – The Sword of Shannara

I was first exposed to the works of Terry Brooks last year. I have never been a big fantasy reader but things change over the years. At this site, you’ll find two reviews of some long works by fantasy writers. One of the is Terry Brook’s First King of Shannara (which is a weird title since Shannara is not a place but a person. I enjoyed it so much, I delved into the next book of the series. Here are my thoughts.

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