As you noticed, the website has gone to the short mode once again. I am currently working on a larger project, and when that happens, I have very little time to keep the website updated. I've added a couple of columns. The interesting sites column are just interesting places I run across that you might like to look at too. My newest fantasy novel, Bringer of Justice, is now live. It is available on Amazon.I am also trying to raise funds to promote it. You can go to Indiegogo if you want to contribute.
The Indiegogo campaign seems to be falling flat. I would appreciate it if you would look at it and tell me if there is anything I could do to improve it. Thank you.
I received a very nice email yesterday a woman who had just finished reading Bringer of Justice. I asked if I could use her comments. She said I could if she could remain anonymous.
Below are her comments. "I loved your novel but I hate you because you made me cry. Kee and Vir were so real to me. Ailis was so real to me that I could not hate her. She could be so loving as well as vengeful. Oona made me laugh when she teased Vir. A hero who would blush…"
She went on to explain that she had read it on her Kindle and the battery ran out just before the end of the novel and she had to wait overnight before she could finish it. I should orient you about the characters she mentioned. Vir is the hero and Kee is his love interest. Ailis is one of the villains of the novel. Oona is a female character who constantly teases Vir with innuendo making him blush. With the lack of success so far in the crowdfunding area, her comments restored my faith in my ability to write fiction. It seems to prove that I have no marketing skill - grin!
I have been asked about the photo at the top of the website. People wanted to see the whole photo I used to make the website, so I have included it.
I had a couple requests for my email address. It is below in a form I hope the email harvesters cannot read. I do not want to be overrun with spam. The address reads my name "vcangell" plus the word "writer" all run together at Gmail [dot] com.
A quote about writing
"I try to leave out the parts that people skip."~Elmore Leonard