(Not Really) Whistling While I Work

As writers, we all have our own writing process. Some of us like to write in crowded rooms, while others like the comfort of a room closed off to the rest of the world. There are morning writers and evening writers; even midnight writers who have trouble falling asleep unless they get a few more words out onto the page. And there are those who need complete silence and those who listen to music.

Of course, most of us are a combination of any of these.

Personally, I like to write in the morning, but I have no trouble working at other times of the day. Likewise, I usually write in my bedroom with the door closed, though I often go to a coffee shop as well.

The one thing that remains constant – and somewhat of a necessity – is my music. I always throw in my earphones before I write. What’s more, I always choose the same style of music: scary.
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Glory (Prologue)

I probably should have posted this a lot earlier, but I’m new to self-publishing so you’ll have to bear with me. It’s the prologue of my first book, Glory. The whole story is my version of a zombie-like apocalypse. I say “zombie-like” because they aren’t actually the dead coming back to life. They are people that, for some reason, have become crazed maniacs. The book then follows a few of the people who haven’t changed.

If you like it, you can download my book on Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CK8A4HE in the US. It is also on several of their International sites), Smashwords (http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/303795), or several other ebook sites like Kobo and B&N.

Also, if there is anything you’d like to share with me about it, I’d love to hear.

Thanks. And enjoy.

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