Author Archives: Adam J. Osterkamp
I just wanted to toss up a quick post about something really cool the author Michael J. Sullivan is doing with his new series. He’ll be documenting (some, lots, all?) his creative process as he writes his new three book … Continue reading
Book one will be off to the editor soon, which means its time to really go to work on Book two. Making notes, drawing maps, and laying down the book’s foundation on this cold night.
Latro in the Mist by Gene Wolfe My rating: 4 of 5 stars Latro in the Mist combines two books—Soldier in the Mist and Soldier of Arete—both wonderful reads about an injured soldier named Latro who suddenly finds himself without … Continue reading
I woke up this morning to discover that, at 92 years of age, a wonderful musician passed away last night. I’m not an enormous Ravi Shankar fan—I only own two Shankar collections—but I’ve found his style of music quite beautiful … Continue reading
The office just before I lock myself in for the evening.
Yesterday was one of the days that all true Minnesotans live for. It was our first snow storm, and boy was it beautiful. Ever since I was a boy I’ve loved waking up to white mounds of pillowy snow hung … Continue reading
Earlier today I showed a friend of mine a post I wrote a while ago, but never put up. I didn’t put it up because once I had written it, I realized what I had written was for myself. It … Continue reading
Time certainly does fly, doesn’t it? I’m sorry I’ve abandoned you for so long, dear reader. I wish I had some wonderful excuse that I could craft into an entertaining story for you, but alas I have little more reason than … Continue reading
April is over. I didn’t accomplish everything I set out to do in this last month (the lack of 15 blog posts should make that more than obvious), but I do still find myself beaming with happiness. Let’s get the … Continue reading
I read an interesting post the other day about indie publishing over at learntolive.com. The article in question, How Indie Publishing Could Revolutionize Expression But Often Doesn’t, had a title that intrigued me. It’s a good read, but it wasn’t what … Continue reading