Posted in on Sep 15, 2012 Angkor Wat , Cambodia , Journey to Angkor , Letting Go , Naga's Treasure
<p>I recently realized that I've used a certain setting in three of my books, and yet I've never written a post about it. The place is the Terrace of Elephants in Angkor Thom, the huge royal city complex near Angkor Wat in Cambodia. It appears, however briefly and in different time periods, in <a href="http://michaeljoseph.info/books/the-journeys-series/journey-to-angkor/" title="Journey to Angkor">Journey to Angkor</a>, <a href="http://michaeljoseph.info/books/the-nagas-treasure/" title="The Nagaâ€™s Treasure">The Naga's Treasure</a> and my latest work in progress, “Letting Go”.
Posted in on Aug 30, 2012 Journey to Angkor , Journey to Rai-Lay , Journey's End
<p>I'm pleased to announce the availability of a new 'omnibus' edition of the <a href="http://michaeljoseph.info/books/the-journeys-series/" title="The Journeys Series">Journeys series</a>.</p> <p>The new book combines all three of the Journeys books - <a href="http://michaeljoseph.info/books/the-journeys-series/journey-to-angkor/" title="Journey to Angkor">Journey to Angkor</a>, <a href="http://michaeljoseph.info/books/the-journeys-series/journey-to-rai-lay/" title="Journey to Rai-Lay">Journey to Rai-Lay</a> and <a href="http://michaeljoseph.info/books/the-journeys-series/journeys-end/" title="Journeyâ€™s End">Journey's End</a> - into a single ebook file. If you
Posted in on Aug 23, 2012 Journey to Angkor , Letting Go , David & Gun
<p>It's been a while since I issued any update, and there's been a reason for that - beyond simply not having anything to share. I'll [maybe] get to that in a moment, but first I do have some progress to report.</p> [caption id="attachment_1132" align="alignright" width="187"]<img src="http://michaeljoseph.info/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/lettingGo1-187x300.jpg" alt="Cover" title="Cover" width="187" height="300" class="size-medium wp-image-1132" /> Cover - Letting Go[/caption] <p>At long last I put the finishing touches on the <em>first draft</em> of “Letting Go”. It's a bit shorter than
Posted in on Mar 14, 2012 Journey to Angkor , Journey to Rai-Lay , Journey's End
[caption id="attachment_640" align="alignright" width="214" caption="Journey's End Cover (final)"]<img src="http://michaeljoseph.info/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/jeCoverV-214x300.jpg" alt="Journey's End Cover" title="Journey's End Cover" width="214" height="300" class="size-medium wp-image-640" />[/caption] <p> <br />Yes, friends, the "Journeys" series is almost at an end. I finished the third and final book, <a href="http://michaeljoseph.info/books/journeys-end/" title="Journeyâ€™s End">Journey's End</a> a few weeks ago and it's now available for purchase from Smashwords and Amazon (see the book page for links).</p> <p>To celebrate this achievement, and for those of you who haven't read one or
Posted in on Oct 18, 2011 Journey to Angkor , Journey to Rai-Lay , Journey's End
<p>I was talking about my latest work-in-progress, "Claiming David" (as I'm now calling it), over at <a href="http://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/627343-the-logline-thread?order=a&page=5" title="Goodreads Riptide Publishing Discussion Group">Goodreads</a>, and a comment from another poster led me to think maybe I should give some background on Thai names - and more importantly, nicknames - for those unfamiliar with the culture and history of the country formerly known as Siam.</p> <p>Like people almost everywhere in the world, Thais have given names and family
Posted in on Aug 13, 2011 Amazon , Journey to Angkor , Journey to Rai-Lay , Naga's Treasure
Posted in on Jul 07, 2011 Journey to Angkor
<p>I've just uploaded a new version of <a href="http://michaeljoseph.info/journey-to-angkor/">Journey to Angkor</a> to <a href="http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/60445">Smashwords</a>. I received a lot of good feedback from a few readers, and have corrected a number of word usage and grammatical mistakes. There's been no major change to the story, but I did extend the ending by another chapter to better match up with where the third book in the series will pick up.</p> <p>This is, in part, preparation for the publication
Posted in on May 18, 2011 Journey to Angkor
<p>It's done! Journey to Angkor has been published as an ebook on Smashwords, where you can get it in formats for Kindle, Stanza/ePub and many other popular reader formats. Follow <a href="http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/60445">this link</a> to get to the Smashwords page for the book.</p> <p>I'm willing to give away copies of the book to anyone who promises to provide a review on Smashwords or on their own blog. Leave me a comment if you're interested.</p>
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