Where Do Writers Get Their Ideas?

Divine inspiration? Dannebrog Falling from the Sky During the Battle of Lyndanisse, June 15, 1219. Painted by Christian August Lorentzen in 1809. Original located at Statens Museum for Kunst, Denmark

This is a question common to artists of every kind, and the answer tends to be universal: Anywhere!

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Pre-Order Sale on E-Books!

Good day all! As those of you who’ve been watching closely may know, my debut novel, Sauragia, has been going on sale for pre-order in various venues over this past week or so. To celebrate the occasion, I’m offering 25% off from today until October 23rd on e-book editions from most of my distributors! This means that on several websites where it’s currently available for pre-order, you can now get it for $2.99 instead of the normal list price of $3.99. For more info on the book and its current distribution, click here.

N.B.-This offer will not apply to orders from Amazon at this time.

For purchases from Barnes & Noble, you’ll need the following coupon code: BNPSAURAGIA25

For those of you with a XinXii Store account, use the following code between now and August 22nd to get a copy FREE: XXSAURAGIA100

The Novel Writing Process from Outline to Print

Writing can be a daunting task for anyone from a student doing a research essay to a professional historian writing a detailed biography. It undoubtedly takes a lot of patience, diligence, and hard work to come up with a piece that’s even passable, much less masterful. But while being an author is a task that one could rarely label as easy, there are certainly ways to go about it that can significantly reduce the stress.Continue reading “The Novel Writing Process from Outline to Print”

Introducing J.S.A. Books!

Greetings fellow authors and avid readers alike! My name is J. S. Allen. I am an author based out of Kansas City, MO. My interests cover a broad spectrum of subjects, though my specialty is novel-length sci-fi/fantasy (particularly that involving anthropomorphic animals). In nonfiction, I tend to stick to ancient and military history, as well as an occasional scientific article. My only previous publications consist of five pieces in the 2015 and 2016 editions of the MCC Longview periodical Shorelines, as well as other small pieces for various online venues since.Continue reading “Introducing J.S.A. Books!”
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