For years and years, I’ve worked on this. Finally, with the help of a fabulous publishing coach, four editors, and cover artist Andi Santagata, it’s ready. You can get a Kindle eBook or paperback copy today!
Great reviews on BookViral, Amazon, and Goodreads! It was featured Nov. 15 as a deal on eBooksHabit. On Dec. 17, I was interviewed on Episode 26, “Robot Eunuchs,” of the Stories We Tell Our Robots podcast!
In the early 1800s, a British novelist said of a real-life Persian political tyrant who was a eunuch: “I have placed him in my narrative, as a painter sometimes inserts a dragon or some such monster in the foreground of his landscape.”
I’m asking: Why do writers paint these dragons? There are several literary tropes about eunuchs; why does the “evil eunuch” stereotype exist? How does it play out in novels? If you’re a writer, how might you change the game in your novel?
This has been a mission-driven project of mine for nearly as long as I can remember. I had to write the book I wanted to see in the world. I’ve painstakingly gathered and analyzed information that I think will interest and help others. It’s my great pleasure to create something unique.
Chances are you know someone who will be intrigued. Do you know someone who…