I'm pleased to announce a special Labor Day promotion which will give you a chance to download the Kindle version of A Dark Clock, the first volume of the Cerah of Quadar series, for free! Starting Monday the 4th and running through Friday the 8th, the electronic version of my first novel will be completely free … Continue reading Labor Day Announcement!
MAGIC As you know if you've read either of the first two books, magic plays a big role in the world of Quadar. The wizards of Melsa and Cerah, the Chosen One herself, use magic often, and they are trained to use it well. In A Dark Clock, the wizard Kern tells Cerah a good deal about the nature of the magic of Melsa. Basically, … Continue reading The Magic of A New Shadow
In the midst of all the excitement over the release of my second novel in the Cerah of Quadar series, (perhaps you've heard? Many Hidden Rooms is now available?) I haven't done much writing about what I'm writing currently. (Don't you hate writers that write about writing? I should write something about that one day!) This seems … Continue reading The Honeymoon
Writing books? Easy! Editing? Sucks, but Easy! Publishing? Easy! Getting people to take notice when it's all been done? HARD! My second novel, Many Hidden Rooms, was released last Saturday, and, man oh man, did I tell everyone about it! I posted it on this blog, on my website, on Twitter, on Facebook. I even … Continue reading Boy, Do I Need Your Help!
Today marks the 46th anniversary of the birth of Theodore Cristy Varengo, my brother. I chose this day to release the second book in the Cerah of Quadar series to honor him, (he is mentioned first on the dedication page). We lost Cris in 2014, and I have missed him every day since. I just … Continue reading Many Hidden Rooms is Released!
Oh, well, thanks for asking. How very considerate of you. I'd tell you, but I'd much rather talk about you! How is everything going? How do your hopes and dreams stand today? Did that annoying rash ever clear up? Ok, I guess you're not answering any questions today. So I may as well go ahead … Continue reading So, Scott, Whatcha Been Doin’?