- Alien Empire
- Aristocracy of Graft
- Barrett's Bar Stories
- Blood on Bronze
- Book Reviews
- Fantasy Trader
- Jamaica Rum
- Mercy of the Prophet
- Pirate Cargrave
- Pirate Crown
- Storm and Fire
- The Storm's Own Son
- The World
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- Writing by Anthony Gillis
Monthly Archives: May 2012
I’m experimenting with Kickstarter, the crowdsourcing site, as a way to fund some of the up-front costs of my upcoming novel, Twitlight. What is Twitlight? Oh, a merciless parody of a certain paranormal romance series featuring vampires that *wince* sparkle. … Continue reading
Some books are labors of love. This is a labor of hate. It is born of hate for a certain turgid, tedious, verbose series of paranormal romance novels involving alleged vampires that just happen to sparkle in the sun like … Continue reading
Amazon got Jamaica Rum processed and up in what seemed like record time – a fraction of what it took to get a couple of my books published. Huzzah! Here is the link: http://www.amazon.com/Jamaica-Rum-ebook/dp/B00874EVP6/
Jamaica Rum is complete, edited, and now for sale on Smashwords at: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/166759 Amazon and Barnes and Noble are in progress!
Basic editing is complete on my upcoming pirate adventure novel, Jamaica Rum! Final editing based on some outside feedback is in the works. In the meantime, I’m putting a sample chapter up. Enjoy!
Hurrah! Life intervened quite a bit this past weekend, but today I made the time, and the book is done! Once I have first round editing complete, I’ll post a sample chapter.
Wrote just under five thousand words yesterday. Almost, almost done with the penultimate chapter, and today should get started on the final one! I’m going to try to finish today, but we’ll see. Time is getting short and it will … Continue reading
5000 words done on the 15th, and have started the next to last chapter! The buccaneers have survived the storm and repaired their ship, but now have fresh trouble on the horizon!
…though not there yet. Five thousand words yesterday, and the buccaneers have just escaped a Dutch naval squadron only to sail into the teeth of a furious storm!
I wrote six thousand words yesterday, we’ll see how today goes. The buccaneers have just stashed their enormous cargo of plundered rum, narrowly avoided breaking down into drunken anarchy, and are back at sea, looking for Dutch prizes!