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Book Cover Reveal

My latest book has been a long time coming and I now can reveal to you the cover design for Search for the Golden Serpent. I think it looks awesome, thanks to Scarlett Rugers of The Scarlett Rugers Book Design Agency. action adventure storiesancient egyptancient greek mythologyAncient Historyancient relicsaspiring authorsauthorsbuying a bookcarthageebooksFather and son storyheroesHistorical Fantasyindie publishingIndie…

5 Star Review of The Curse of Troy

I asked Carrie Slager The Mad Reviewer if she would review my short story in exchange for a copy of The Curse of Troy. She gracefully said yes even though she only reviews  anthologies of short stories rather than just one short story. Carrie is well read and knows her mythology which is why I…

Released into the Digital Sphere

The day has arrived and I am happy to announce A Goddess’ Curse is now available as an eBook. Here’s the blurb: Hera, Queen of the Gods, is the most powerful goddess on Mount Olympos. Beautiful, sensual, and merciless, she is a goddess renowned for her jealous rages and for inflicting horrors on hapless victims.…

What Say You?

I’ve been so busy polishing and buffing my story that before I realised it, we’re in the middle of March. Then I started to panic. With so much to do, I almost forgot to let my wonderful friends in the bloggers’ sphere know about the impending publishing date. Next Thursday, 21 March is the official launch day…

Out on a Limb

I want to thank Wapi Aponi for hosting me on their blog. For great interviews, book reviews and news on authors all here, created for readers to connect with writers. To find out more about, read my interview . aspiring authorsauthorsbloggingbook reviewsbooksconnectionscreative processfellow writerhostinginspirationinterviewliteratureWriterswriting

Self Promotion

I have never been one who showcases how good or adept I am. It was a case of allowing my work to speak for itself. I use to get annoyed with those who are ineffective and for that matter inept. In spite of this because they could talk the talk they moved up the ladder. I…

What a headache!

I am attending a writer’s workshop next month and have to write a synopsis for my second book. I have to be truthful here. I hate writing synopses. How do you condense 400 pages of narrative into 1 page? It’s not easy. aspiring authorscreative processjohn harmanliteraturewriters timewriting