It’s now the eighth of March and this blog post is later than it should have been. I apologize for
In times of war, it is often the youth of the age that must step up and fill adult roles…
As it goes from being January 2018 to February 2018, it is approaching 15 days since I published my first book.
I hate that word. I hate it when I fall victim to that word. So I have been too busy
Phantom Sorcerer is ready on Amazon. It has been a long time coming, but it is finally for sale. If
Welcome to the brand new home of the author Nathan Pedde. He writes a wide range of books from Middle-Grade fiction to darker science fiction and fantasy. He writes the middle-grade fiction with his two lovely children who are those books co-authors.
Here you can find behind-the-scenes information about each of the various projects. They range from ones currently under development to completed works. As well as a blog where we share insights into the writer’s mind and method.
The plan is for additional pages to become available as time passes. Please check in often as the site is in a state of constant change and will be until the final site is complete.
Feel free to look at my concept art page where I will be posting pictures of artwork as it is completed. The first draft of my first book has been posted. Head on over to the concept art page to check it out. Concept art
Or you can check out my blog to read about my writing process and behind the scenes info. Blog Posts
If you would like to be in one of my stories, the adult ones only, for a limited time I will be allowing people to sign up to be included in the books as a redshirt. Click the link to find out more about that. Graveyard
This is a very short update. With the approaching soon-to-be publication of my debut novel, Phantom Sorcerer: Felix the Swift
I read a lot of books. Well, listen to audio tapes is a better description, but it is the same.
As a writer, I always meet people that will claim to have a desire to write a novel. They usually
A few days ago I published a blog post about the differences between hard and soft science fiction stories. I