A sense of accomplishment

I’ve been writing since I was a little kid. Not that what I was writing could be considered good, but it has developed over time. 20 years spent in the army inspired stories and ideas. There is no better feeling than reading a comment from a fan who loves my work. The money is nice. Seeing sales rise is fun, but what keeps me writing are the emails and messages from you.

The solitary nature of writing suits me fine. I’ve spent countless hours churning out what I hope books you enjoy. Sometimes it takes a long time. The forthcoming Immortality Shattered series began in a barracks room on Camp Casey, South Korea in 1997. Two years ago I dusted it off, polished it up and well, you can see the results below. All four books will be released later this year. Just in time for the holidays.

Immortality Shattered PromoI never wanted to crank out series, instead focusing on single volumes that stand alone and have multiple stories in the same world. My 2nd publisher convinced me otherwise. Without that coercion I never would have written the Northern Crusade. Hammers in the Wind (in case you didn’t know) was the overall #1 free book on Kindle 4 times. That’s pretty cool.


Regardless of the direction my writing takes me I know there is comfort in seeing all of you enjoy what I’ve written. It feels like I have been doing this for a long, long time, but it’s only been a few years since I retired from the army and decided to write full time. Don’t worry friends, fatigue hasn’t set in just yet. There is still plenty more to go. You keep reading and I’ll keep writing. Deal?


2 Comments on “A sense of accomplishment

  1. Christian, you have added enjoyment and excitement to my life as I read your books. Thank you for putting your stories out there for everyone to enjoy. Keep up the good work.

    • I am a man of the people, Mike! Ok maybe not, but you won’t believe how therapeutic writing has been for me since leaving the army. Thank you for all of the comments!

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