First things first: to contact me, please send an email to I’ll get back to you within 24 hours.

Second: if you’re wondering what books go in what order, here’s the deal.

  • The Final Colony: Nomads, Adrift, Arkadus (Book 3 coming in 2019).
  • The Remnants Trilogy: Ashes of the Fall, Ruins of the Fall, Fragments of the Fall (Book 3 coming February 15, 2019).

Last: about me. I’m a science fiction novelist. I have a newsletter where you can get my best novel free.

For fellow indie authors, I write free, comprehensive guides on how to sell more books, build your fanbase, and be more productive.


Knowledge is not the personal property of its discoverer, but the common property of all. As we enjoy great advantages from the inventions of others, we should be glad of an opportunity to serve others by any invention of ours, and this we should do freely and generously.Ben Franklin

First of all, I haven’t “discovered” shit, other than how to be slightly less of an idiot. However, I do like the sentiment.

I’ve benefited greatly from people who have shared their information freely or inexpensively (e.g. books). One of my favorite sites is Justin Guitar; the owner is not only a tremendous guitar player, but tremendously generous with his knowledge. While I’m sure he could monetize his subscriber base to easily make a ton of money, he instead creates premium content that trounces the competition, and does so (basically) all for free.

It is with that spirit that I write these guides. While it pains my greedy capitalist heart to write these words, and cut myself off forever from the Tesla fleet I could enjoy, here’s the deal: I will always try to keep this information inexpensive or free, and make it superior to the premium info on the market. I have zero intention of building an expensive course to relieve you of $500 and 18+ hours of your valuable time (don’t forget those “bonuses”) and then not improve your business. To be clear, not all premium courses are bad, nor is anyone immoral (or even amoral) for building a business around them. That’s just not in the cards.

Thus, if you are sick of annoying sites with hard-sell funnels waiting to be unleashed (or endless newsletter pitches), then you’re in luck. None of this indie publishing stuff is rocket science, you can probably do it, and I’ll explain how.

Your job, in turn, is to use it and start selling some damn books.

What’s that? Sorry; it’s hard to hear you from my high horse.

Oh, you ‘d like to check out this purportedly excellent information? Certainly – head on over here to start the learning.