Kay pulls from her own unique background to craft stories that delve into the harsh realities of military experience. She offset it all with humor, magic, and enthralling characters sure to bring you along for the ride.
KR Paul‘s debut novel, “Pantheon,” is an urban fantasy setting in the modern world and is available on Amazon as both a Kindle e-book and paperback. NEW: The “Pantheon 2: Ares & Athena,” sequel to KR Paul‘s “Pantheon” is now available for pre-order through…
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My Father died today. I’m not sure if I killed him or if he took his own life by a suicide that took nearly thirty years.
Everyone holds an idea of what a father should be in their heart and mind. Some are fortunate enough to get it, but everyone else is left scrambling. What is fatherhood? What makes a man? What does it mean to be a father? What does it mean to support another’s life until they can function as an adult?
It takes a lot to write a novel and I write my own pain into my work. As I said recently, it’s been a long week and you’re getting the darker side of my writing these days. Why? Because this blog sometimes functions as my diary and repository of all my thoughts. Unfortunately for you, its been a tough week. So, enjoy what is probably fiction; maybe its not. Either way, this has rattled around in my brain since Thursday.
In my first update as a published novelist, I described some of the misconceptions I had and the reality of publishing a novel. In the second update, at the three month mark, I gave further updates. I stand by my three month update and not much has changed.
Oh. Other than BOOK TWO COMES OUT IN SEPTEMBER!
Here we take another look at the tangible ways one can measure success as an author, now six months later.