Posted by AJ
Tim is another author I discovered through Twitter, although I’ve had his first Blood War novel on my Kindle for PC App since before that, just never got around to it. Having interacted with the man quite a bit in recent months, and even having read some of his work, I definitely have to say that I’m addicted. His horror anthology Fading Light (Review) was quite good and I’ve recently finished reading his latest novella Prey (review soon). I expect to be reading more from him soon! He was hesitant about doing this guest post for Names: A New Perspective, but I have to say that it turned out really well, and once again highlights how different authors have different processes for this. Excellent stuff!
Posted by AJ
A little late, but I finally have the schedule of posts down. Post-NaNoWriMo blues and a massive reviewing/reading backlog plus my Advent Reviews series has kept me rather busy. Which reminds me, I still need to do that NaNoWriMo “after-action” report too! Ack! You can read any of the previous posts by using the series tag: “Names A New Perspective“. The previous line-up of authors is here. So, without further ado, here you are.
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