Month: June 2017

Invitation: Online Autograph Party!

I wanted to announce that I’m hosting my own author event next week. It’s a little bit short-notice so everyone please share this post. I’ve been a bit busy lately so the date got close I hadn’t shared the event yet. If you don’t mind, please help out by supporting my Headtalker for the event.

What’s the event? For starters, I’m going to post where you can go to request a digital autograph from me to use with your digital version The Bow of Destiny or An Arrow Against the Wind. That’s right, I’m hosting a digital autograph session for readers. Just look for next Friday’s post that will run all weekend and I’ll respond to your request for an autograph.


Also, I’ll be available to answer any questions about the books that readers may have. It’s a great time to ask me anything about my writing and have discussions with me in the comments section of the post. You can even respond to comments from other participants as you like. I’ll also post some questions of my from the books for answers in the comments.

Additionally, I may be convinced to share a few prizes – a bit of a surprise for visitors and readers to the my site over the course of next weekend. Details will be in the post.

Lastly, I might just have a little sneak-peek of the cover of The White Arrow available to share with everyone. I’ve been working with my artist this week and we making good progress on it. I might just have the blurb written to share too.

So if you have a little time over next weekend, drop by Archer’s Aim, say hello and let’s have a little fun talking about reading. Get an autograph while you’re here and maybe get a good peek at what’s coming in a few months with the The White Arrow.


Here’s an interesting indie fantasy book written by Catharine Glen!

Indie-WednesdayAlong my reading journey, I’ve made a conscious decision to include self-published and small press works in my reading schedule.  But it is difficult to know where to start: So many new authors and books to examine to find the perfect fit for my tastes.  And to help others with this same problem, I’ve decided to turn my Indie Wednesday feature into a day where writers can introduce themselves and their work to everyone.

With this in mind, I’m turning over the blog to Catharine Glen, author of The Rose Crown, who has been nice enough to submit a guest post for everyone’s reading enjoyment.


Believing in Your Characters: Developing the Protagonists


As a reader, characters are the most important part of a story. If I can’t connect with them, believe in them, see them as real people, then it is difficult to…

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