I’ve upgraded to a custom domain and web hosting.
Crossed Out: An Ana Lode Thriller is launching soon! And to prepare for the big day, I’ve upgraded to a custom domain and web hosting. Update your bookmarks, and I’ll see you at http://officialethanjohnson.com/ !
This site will stay online for posterity, and because I didn’t migrate all of it to the new one.
I am committed to producing a quality product, and a quality product you shall have, soon.
2018 is shaping up to be a huge year for Jaime and I, but 2017 is still hanging in there. Here’s what’s going on these days:
Continue reading “Notes from the Field: December 18 2017”
Don’t be shocked if none of this makes the final cut.
I’m violating an Author Rule™ of some sort, but as I paused to admire the initial draft of Dead Shot: A Diane Pembrook Thriller I thought, “Hey, how about a sneak preview for the web site?”
Continue reading “Want WIP? DEAD SHOT Sneak Preview!”
Little by little… bit by bit…
For professional and personal reasons, I have been very reluctant to openly state my answer to #1.
I mentioned in a prior update that I stumbled upon three questions every creative type should be asking themselves, by way of Dan Blank. To recap, they are as follows:
Continue reading “Three Important Author Questions, Revisited”
Whether I release 6 titles or 1, absolutely none of it is going to get done unless I get it done.
I’m always on the lookout for tips and insights into the publishing biz, or how to be a better writer, or just general items of interest. (Hey, I’ve gotta have some fun.) I don’t know how I did it, but I found Dean Wesley Smith’s web site, and by extension, his series called Killing the Sacred Cows of Publishing. It’s full of great stuff! Which is both good and bad.
Continue reading “Killing the Productivity with Motivation Addiction”
I take photos from time to time, and here are a select few.
I was too slow on the draw to get this up before the month ended, so here it is a few days later. I take photos from time to time, and here are a select few, with the intent of adding some variety to offset my usual progress updates as I write several manuscripts.
Continue reading “Photos from the Field: November 2017 Edition”