I write, I read, and the typos are still there. It is the crux of my life. Anyhow, my published works should not be overpriced and in some outlets you might be even able to set your own price!
What is your writing process?
I sit down and write at least 500 words a day. It is not really any bit more complicated than that.
How do you approach cover design?
Take hundreds of pictures and then see which of them look neat enough as is or through minor image manipulation. And I guess I want there to be some kind of correlation with the book. For example with my first published novel, Heart of Ceres, I wanted the cover to depict something that almost looks like coral.
A fox hunter will arrive to the city as a part of his quest to find out what really happened to the Skull of Oghren, and our young thief Pan will have a noose of around his neck tighten as the Fox Hunter’s search continues. There is a storm brewing both above and under the streets of the city.
It is the time for my last hundred poems ranging from contemporary commentary to tiny tales and mere snippets of thoughts and desires that were but fleeting moments. So once more, go ahead, give a try and read the mind of a man out of new ideas.
One hundred poems, one poem written a day, a simple concept to follow through. Something happens in the world at large and I cannot help but to write something down as a response, and at other times it is just life in its all mundanity. A poet’s way of distilling a single day into a few lines to be remembered through aeons. A lot has transpired in these past hundred days.
I have embarked on a journey to write a single poem per day and this my eight volume containing a set of 100 contemporary poems on various topics ranging from politics to cultural criticism. Sometimes the words appear harsh and on other times almost whimsical as the lines roll down and rhyme.
Roughly seven hundred days ago I decided to write one poem per day until I would have one thousand poems in total. This is the seventh volume of ten, and a lot of things have transpired during the past hundred days. Some of these events are good and many are much worse. So give it a read, it is free!
This is the sixth volume of contemporary poetry that touches a multitude of topics from popular culture to politics, and occasionally from food to specific events. It is a result of a challenge I have imposed on myself, to write at least one poem per day, until I have reached the grand total of one thousand poems. So feel free to read away, the poems are about one hundred words each.
What you get is a hundred short poems of varying lengths and topics, although this collection is dominated with ones about politics and popular culture. Majority of the poems rhyme and they are here for you to browse and read.
This is a story told by Sophus Rhiner: a man resurrected 100,000 years into the future and left to find out who he is in a world of nigh infinite possibilities. It is his story from his first breath to the moment his eyes laid upon never before seen stars.