Sunday, 8 February 2015

Next up, a new cover for Blazed Union

Or Blazed Onion, as I keep misreading it :)

Only one more cover to replace now...

Sunday, 25 January 2015

Almost 100 reviews for City of Blaze on!

It's taken three-and-a-half years, but we're almost at one hundred reviews for City of Blaze on Amazon! Only three more to go... I can't believe it!

Now, what to do to celebrate when the number hits the big one-zero-zero??

Monday, 5 January 2015

Here's a conundrum - recent review of CoB: "This book needs to be more carefully edited. There are missing words and grammatical mistakes throughout. (The author consistently uses the pronoun "he" as the object of a preposition instead of "him.")"

Now, I'm pretty sure that the "he"s and "him"s are where they should be, and I'm wondering if... perhaps... this person is not aware that pronoun agreements in comparative sentences are different. e.g. "...though she did not quite have the same discipline as he," is grammatically correct, while "...though she did not quite have the same discipline as him," is incorrect.

Brief summary in the paragraph on subject and object pronouns:

What do you think? Did you find any examples of strange pronouns in the first book (and should I therefore climb down from my soaringly high horse)? Should I comment on their review?