Author Archives: Erik Christensen

Release date for The Skyrider of Renegade Point

I have exciting news today. In a little under a week, The Skyrider of Renegade Point will be officially released! This has been a long time coming, and I couldn’t be more excited. My heart is pounding so hard that my Fit-bit actually thinks I’m exercising! Pre-orders will be available on some retail sites within…

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Cover for The Skyrider of Renegade Point

Greetings from stormy British Columbia, The weather continues to be challenging for us here in the Pacific North West. A series of storms has battered the coast, wiping out a pier that I used to enjoy walking on, and forcing us to cancel our Christmas plans to visit friends on the Island of Mudge (yes,…

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Book Review #1

One of the great things about being an indie author and publisher is the great community of like-minded people I get to talk to. As with any group, there are a few bad apples out there, but for the most part, my fellow authors are terrific people, and would far rather support each other than…

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Draft Complete!

I haven’t posted anything since the middle of December, but I promise my reasons are excellent. Well, perhaps acceptable. Okay…just shy of questionable. Late December, as always, is a crazy time, and I spent much of it in Washington, D.C. and Long Island, New York visiting friends and family over the holidays. As for January,…

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9 Things I Learned Doing NaNoWriMo

For most of November, I posted very little except for my progress on NaNoWriMo. For those of you who don’t know what that is, November is the month during which writers—especially those who aren’t full time professionals—attempt to write an entire novel. The premise is that the smallest novel is about 50,000 words, which can…

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Why The Next 10 Years of Science Fiction Will Smash The Last 10

The Golden Age of science fiction is dead. You were probably already aware of this, but if the news never reached you, allow me to offer my condolences. Depending on who you talk to, the time of death was sometime between 1950 and 1960. It was survived by its offspring, New Wave sci-fi, which included…

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NaNoWriMo and Free Books!

Today marks the beginning of NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month. Despite its name, it’s a world-wide phenomenon, and the premise is that writers challenge each other to write a 50,000 word novel during the month of November. Authors coalesce into groups to share word counts, hold each other accountable, and offer support and encouragement.…

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Salmon Have Quite the Adventure

We took our dog for a walk along a nearby creek yesterday, and we were rewarded with a view that we’ve waited for since moving to the suburbs: the annual salmon run. We were originally told that it happens in September, so we’ve been going every weekend since late August hoping to catch a glimpse.…

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An Odd Source of Inspiration

The crows are going nuts outside my window. Dozens of them, flitting in and out of one particular tree, all screaming their heads off. And I have no idea why. Normally this would bother me. After all, I was in the middle of writing the second book of the William Whitehall Adventures, and a massive…

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My Biggest Influence

I was recently asked which authors had most influenced my writing, and the question got me reminiscing about my childhood. To my surprise, I could think of few authors from that period of my life who really affected me much as a writer. Of course, it’s possible that I’m actually deeply affected by them, but…

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