The one where I write and publish a book

In case you don’t remember (as it was way back in November), I participated in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) last year and ended up writing a 60,000+ word novel. Well, instead of letting the thing collect digital dust on my computer, I decided to work on the novel until I could self-publish it.

Well, guess what? It’s almost ready. I’ve sent out a few advance review copies to get some feedback (and hopefully those readers can catch any editing things I missed) and in a few months, you’ll be able to buy your very own copy! I plan on making it available in a variety of formats, so that people with any kind of e-reader will be able to read it.

I will also be blogging here about the book amidst my usual blogging topics, as well. But I have also made my LiveJournal public so that you can read about my writing processes (and other various things that are usually pretty random).

So, below, I give you the first official summary and cover of my book, Zeus, Inc.


50 years ago, Zeus, Inc., and its CEO, the mysterious Joseph Brentwood, saved the world from a major energy crisis by discovering a new unlimited energy resource. Now, in 2059, Mr. Brentwood has gone missing and private eye Alex Grosjean has been hired to find him by his daughter (and Alex’s best friend), Aleisha.

Black-outs begin to occur all over the world and somehow Alex believes it’s tied to Mr. Brentwood’s disappearance. Her search leads her through her own murky past and into the depths of Hell itself, where she discovers that Mr. Brentwood is not who or what he seems to be.

With the help of an otherworldly man named Pip, Alex must save both Mr. Brentwood and the world. But will she be able to face her own guilty past in order to do it?

2 thoughts on “The one where I write and publish a book

    • June 11, 2012 at 2:31 pm
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      It is just so easy to self publish. I don’t expect to make Stephen King kind of money, but I am happy just knowing a few people will actually read it.

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