Infernal Contracts Update

This is a hard post to write but it’s also really exciting. I’ll get the bad news out of the way quickly: Lucifer’s Favour and Beelzebub’s Bargain won’t be released until later this year. The good news is that the whole trilogy will have awesome new covers (yes, the first one too). I’m basically waiting Read More

Work In Progress: Short Stories and MICE

The past two weeks, I’ve worked on several short stories as a break from working on novels. I love writing them, as you can see with Tales of Lunis Aquaria, and I want to release a second volume of short stories from Lunis Aquaria soon. Next year maybe? Who knows. All I can say for Read More

Devil’s Deal And The Future Of Infernal Contracts

This year has been full of surprises. Most of what I had planned got chucked out of the window early on. Sounds familiar? I’m not alone, right? Well, some of it got delayed, but this year also had pleasant surprises. And that’s why I have some exciting news to share with you today. Devil’s Deal Read More

Reflecting On Camp NaNo July 2020

For those of you who’ve been following me for a longer time will know I regularly take part in the NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) events. Every April and July they host a the camp version. Some people prefer Camp NaNo to the big event in November because in a camp, you get to decide Read More

Finalist Writing Competition

December 31st was the deadline for the writing competition hosted by Dutch Comic Con. I took part in it before, but my story wasn’t selected that time. I wanted to give it another go, especially because the new theme was ‘games’. Games are kind of my thing (understatement of the year), so I thought my Read More

Work In Progress: Incorporating What You Learned

Devil’s Deal is released, which means I’m back at my writing table, furiously refreshing the sales dashboard while I should be writing. It’s not productive, but seeing a review pop up on Goodreads, Amazon, or via a Google Alert is. Any kind of feedback helps me with my writing. I’ve made some notes for myself, Read More