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Welcome,. J. Scott Coatsworth! Check out his new Sci-fi novel!

J. Scott Coatsworth has a new queer sci fi book out: "The Rising Tide."

Earth is dead.

Five years later, the remnants of humanity travel through the stars inside Forever, a living, ever-evolving, self-contained generation ship. When Eddy Tremaine and Andy Hammond find a hidden world-within-a-world under the mountains, the discovery triggers a chain of events that could fundamentally alter or extinguish life as they know it, culminate in the takeover of the world mind, and end free will for humankind.

Control the AI, control the people.

Eddy, Andy, and a handful of other unlikely heroes—people of every race and identity, and some who aren’t even human—must find the courage and ingenuity to stand against the rising tide.

Otherwise they might be living through the end days of human history.

Series Blurb: Humankind is on its way to the stars, a journey that will change it forever. Each of the stories in Liminal Sky explores that future through the lens of a generation ship, wher…

Redoing book covers

One thing that makes a book is its cover. That's why I'm redoing the Wingspan Series covers. I've been struggling with the covers since New Addiction came out. I've changed it three times now and I'm done. I promise.

If you'd like to read the first Wingspan book just click on the Kindle ebook.

I just had A Cautious Valentine redone as well.

I'll have Finding Happy done by then as well. A Little Unsteady (Wingspan #3) will be available in December. If you'd like to know what books will be out in the next few months, check out my coming soon page.
Wingspan is part of the Saint Lakes world. If you're like me and need to read the books in order, check out the Saint Lakes, Wingspan, Fountain Village page on my website.
You'll also be able to sign up for my Newsletter from my website as well. Newsletter sign-up

Writer's Block

Until this past summer, I haven't ever experienced a block before. It's something that happens to others. I've seen the facebook posts about someone's block and how they couldn't seem to break through, but that was always someone else.

Mine started out as a burn-out phase. Last year, I just hit a wall where every word I typed was like pulling teeth and not just normal teeth but those ones with deep roots. Before September 2017, I put out a book a month on average. Of course, writing was my only job. I was fortunate that way. And I treat it like a job. I get up every morning and write for hours. I market after that. One thing I've learned during this authoring thing is if you don't discipline yourself and do the work, no one will for you and you won't sell any books.

Another thing I've figured out during my almost 4 years as a writer is that it's hard to stay relevant. If you're not relevant, you don't make money. The money I make at writ…