1. Guesting on TBR Podcast

    This week, I was lucky enough to be a guest on The Brooks Review podcast. Ben’s a great host, and I was delighted to be on the show. We talked mostly about the self-publishing process, some of its chief difficulties, and tips for writing framed around my background in secondary education. If you haven’t listened to the show before, it has a lot going for it. I recommend the pilot episode, in which Ben describes the direction and philosophy behind it all.

    Of course, I’d love it even more if you listened to my episode, but that’s just me. And to no one’s surprise, Alora’s Tear gets a mention or two throughout.

    Check it out. And remember that with podcasts (as with apps and books) reviews help a great deal. If you like it—and say so in a review—you’d be doing a bigger favor than you might think.


  2. It’s Release Day! I’m happy to announce that Fragments: Alora’s Tear, Volume I is available for purchase. You can get the digital version right now on iBooks, Kindle, Nook, or Kobo for $3.99.

    The paperback is $15.68 after taxes and shipping.

    All the info and links are available on BarhamInk.com.

    Thanks so much for all your support! Don’t forget to share the link. That, and your positive reviews help a great deal.


  3. On this week’s Critically Speaking podcast: Controversy. How does an industry with games that feature so many guns and so many deaths not have controversy? According to this week’s feature article, there are no controversial games. Nate and Scott try their best to understand and shed some light on the issues facing gaming and its audience.

    Check it out on ShoutEngine or subscribe in iTunes.


  4. For those following the publication of my new book, Fragments: Alora’s Tear, Vol. I, I have some big news.

    Pre orders are now available on iBooks and at BarhamInk.com (paperback)!

    Amazon and others make the pre order process much more difficult (and in some cases impossible). So if you’re on Kindle, Kobo, or Nook, the wait will be a bit longer.

    Thanks for your support. The biggest news yet—release day—comes on August 18th.


  5. This week, I’m proud to announce the pre order and release dates for my novel. Fragments: Alora’s Tear, Volume I will be made available in three stages.

    Pre Order: August 12th, 2014
    iBooks, Kobo, Nook, and Paperback at Barhamink.com

    Digital and Paperback: August 18th, 2014
    Kindle, iBooks, Kobo, Nook, and Paperback at Barhamink.com

    Mass Market Paperback: TBA
    Amazon and other large physical book retailers

    If you’re interested in the publishing process, see the longer post on BarhamInk.com for details.