An interesting opinion piece on how e-readers and ebooks are changing modern literature. Our attention spans have shortened, we’re distracted, and authors have changed their style to suit, but these changes are part of the wider digital transformation Source: Ebooks … Continue reading →
About AE Matson
Alesia is currently serving as president of Metaphor Publications, Inc and is the co-author of two published books with her husband, Michael. Mother of three sons, cat person for Libby, pack member for MacDuff and Anniel. SF Giants FAN. Cross stitcher. Crone. Feminist. Secular Buddhist. Witch.
Good day, urban fantasy romance lovers! Are you ready for August yet? Meh, don’t worry. We’re not, either. Not really. No time for vacations or suntans – we’re using August to get ready for November, and the publication of the … Continue reading →
You read that right. We lost our office internet connection and were offline for most of last week. Michael is our Guru of All the Internet Things, and he eventually wrangled the configuration files back into submission. Once again, we … Continue reading →
Michael and I are going to be LIVE on Rolecasters starting at 9pm EST, 6 pm Pacific, talkiing about Raven’s Tears, the world of Menelon, the nexus of fantasy RPGs and fiction, and whatever else they’ll let us get away … Continue reading →
It’s the weekend, kids. Go break some rules if you want. Just remember: Breaking the right rules can result in the adventure of a lifetime. Breaking the wrong rules usually results in an arrest record. If you wanted to talk … Continue reading →
This week, we launched our second publication. So far, Michael’s novella has peaked at #3 in Amazon’s “Action/Adventure – War” category. Well done! It’s the last day of the giveaway. There’s no better way to get an introduction to the … Continue reading →
How hot does your fire burn? Mine is burning kind of low today, I must confess it. I’d wanted to join in on the #rpgchat discussion on Twitter earlier, but it’s difficult to shake free of all the preparatory chopping … Continue reading →
One last word cloud and I mean to be done until Dead Man’s Trigger is ready to go. I needed, I just had to see how the intensity of that final scene in Raven’s Tears came out as a word … Continue reading →
You might think this is yet another wanna-be expert treatise debating the use of first vs. third person in writing, or perhaps either a defense of, or attack on, the industry-wide taboo on “perspective jumping” within scenes.
Well, you’d be wrong about that.Continue reading →
Okay, so Tagul Word Clouds are plenty awesome, too. May I present their version of the word cloud for chapter one of Raven’s Tears. Wow. I may have to get that one done on a shirt, or mug. Michael and … Continue reading →