They’re just figments, but they’re mine. And I love the places they take me.

Welcome back to another blog hop, with #OpenBook. Here’s this week’s prompt. Tell us what you love the most about your work in progress. Which one? I currently have eight half-finished stories, seven of them are sequels and one is … Continued

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The Hitman and the Thief, Blog Tour report.

As some of you may know, my new release has been on a blog tour. The Tour was organised for me by Rachel Gilby, we’ve worked together in the past and I’ve always been very pleased with the publicity she’s … Continued

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The Indie Showcase presents, Joseph Umeseaka

Please welcome this week’s guest to the Showcase. A little about myselfI go by Joe or Jonas (depending on which alias I choose). I’m generally a calm, laid-back, creative guy who’s a bit of an introvert. I’m born and raised … Continued

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Fortune or Glory. What keeps you going?

Welcome back to another blog hop, with #OpenBook. Here’s this week’s prompt. Even if you knew you would never sell another book, would you keep writing? The short answer is yes, I would. For one very simple reason. The concept … Continued

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What of the Heroes Journey?

Welcome back to another blog hop, with #OpenBook. Here’s this week’s prompt. Does anyone write stream of consciousness or capers anymore, or has the Hollywood hero’s journey ruined that? Once again, I had to look stream of consciousness up, it’s … Continued

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A new book for authors, Networking with Lizzie Chantree.

The Indie Showcase has been absent for a while, but I have a few new guest posts lined up for you. Here’s the first. Please welcome author, inventor and businesswoman Lizzie Chantree. Her new guide to networking is out soon, … Continued

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The draft, getting it right the first time.

Welcome back to another blog hop, with #OpenBook. Here’s this week’s prompt. Do you hurry through a first draft, or are you conscious of flaws as they go down? Has that changed over time? Before I answer that, I need … Continued

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Creating a Steampunk World

As some of you may know, I wrote a textbook on World-Building, I thought you might be interested in a sample chapter, dealing with Steampunk, that quasi-Victorian land of heroes and villains, not forgetting the King and a good cup … Continued

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