A Comparison of Print, Digital, and Audio Books.

I like to read old books, really old books. I like to read old stuff that's in the creative common's and it's free online, and I like to listen to books while I drive, and I like to read online, and in print, but what are the differences between these types of publication? I can … Continue reading A Comparison of Print, Digital, and Audio Books.

Eljay’s Promise is Available Now

Eljay's Promise is now Available on Amazon through the Kindle App! Book 4 of the Quirni series is out for your reading pleasure! Eljay's Promise has gone through a few name changes. It was originally The BMC, a name you would recognize if you are familiar with the story on Fiction Press. Eljay's Promise begins directly after … Continue reading Eljay’s Promise is Available Now

A Better Story

I hated "Of Human Bondage". I like to read classics and usually find myself not only entertained but touched by the books recommended through the ages. I was not entertained when I read "Of Human Bondage". I was frustrated, annoyed, and rolled my eyes so often I got a headache. What I remember most about … Continue reading A Better Story

By Any Other Name

The names of our books are changing as we edit them. I'm surprised by this. The names had remained the same for so long even though they were, for the most part, working titles. If you look at the photo of my original copies published through Lulu, you will see "The Marrilian" is the only … Continue reading By Any Other Name

The Orthodox of Assumption

Going through college I was exposed to several classes that had the singular goal of introducing me to multicultural experiences. It was built into the schools requirements as part of our basic core classes. I thoroughly enjoyed these classes. Not only did they give me a chance to see different perspectives, but they allowed me … Continue reading The Orthodox of Assumption

Formality v.s. Functionality

Voice is the writer's choice of detail and word, the actor's persona, a poem's details. In a novel, it's a combination of point of view, the level of realism, and the poetic details the author includes. Voice can make a piece difficult to read yet intriguing or so easy and clear to follow it's boring. … Continue reading Formality v.s. Functionality

The BMC Syndicate

Warning: the following contains spoilers about the Quirni Series. One of the big parts of Erica's past is a group that she created, the BMC. It travels with her through all of the books after the reveal in the third book, Clamant Kinsley. The BMC is a group with members from all over the planet Marril. … Continue reading The BMC Syndicate

Editing for Kindle

One of the most challenging things to manage when working, writing, editing, and publishing, is what to edit, and what to leave behind because we want to get it out there and clean for everyone to read and enjoy. The first time Quirni was published for Fiction Press, we went over it, but it wasn't … Continue reading Editing for Kindle

The Release of Quirni: Nigh

Nigh is now on Amazon To all of our wonderful followers and those just skimming for books, Nigh is out! Editing Nigh from Enzus on Fiction Press has been an adventure worth taking! The differences are pretty major. During our editing of Nigh we improved the flow of the story, added new chapters, and new content. We … Continue reading The Release of Quirni: Nigh

The Marrilian: Book One of the Quirni Series

The first book of the Quirni Series is 'The Marrilian'. The main character has a mental   oddity that makes it hard for her to have friends, that is dissociation disorder. The Marrilian is Erica Kinsley. She wants to be close to people but too often she phases out and can't remember simple things; conversations, … Continue reading The Marrilian: Book One of the Quirni Series