The Warden of Everfeld: Memento Available in Print Tomorrow

The Warden of Everfeld: Memento will be available to purchase on Kindle and in print from Amazon tomorrow, July 18!

Click here to get your copy now: https://www.amazon.com/Warden-Everfeld-Memento-Steven-DAdamo-ebook/dp/B07FGG23K7Fair warning, the Kindle version of WoEM will increase in price as of midnight. If you’d prefer to pay $2.99 rather than $4.99 for the ebook version, then you still have a chance to do so.

The print version will be available to order for $12.99.

For information about The Warden of Everfeld: Memento, check out this page: https://eveningsatellite.com/warden-of-everfeld-memento/

Thank you to those of you who pre-ordered the Kindle version over the last month. It’s been really encouraging to see a bit of genuine interest in my novel.

And thank you also to the friends and family who have purchased print copies directly from me. Your support and enthusiasm has been the highlight of the last month for me.

I hope you all enjoy my novel.

Once again, here’s where you can order: https://www.amazon.com/Warden-Everfeld-Memento-Steven-DAdamo-ebook/dp/B07FGG23K7

I’m not sure what the next step is now that I’m Published with a capital ‘P’, but I’m really excited to take it. For now, I’m just going to keep writing.

Steve D

Misplaced Missive #20 – Savior Liar

When I look into the mirror,
What do I see?
All the vice and all the need.
It’s a slow bleed
That feeds the hatred in me,
The evasion of pleas,
The casual cruelty of the free.
I call her demon in green,
Draped in red, white, and blue.
An entreaty to a greater deity –
Make the image someone other
Than me.
Make me more than the colorful character,
I’ve pretended so long to be,
The one now wearing my skin permanently. Continue reading Misplaced Missive #20 – Savior Liar

I Wanna Be An Alien: Finding a Place in Dead Sara’s New EP

Dead Sara occupies a strange space in music right now, at least for me.

I have never heard them on the radio, and when they venture to the east coast from their L.A. home, it always seems to be in smaller venues.

But I have trouble thinking of a band that more poignantly encapsulates my general sense of the world as a 29-year-old American. Their first two albums, 2012’s Dead Sara and 2015’s Pleasure to Meet You, provide nostalgia and newness in their sounds simultaneously.

Their new EP, Temporary Things Taking Up Space, has achieved the same.

Continue reading I Wanna Be An Alien: Finding a Place in Dead Sara’s New EP

Friday Write-Day: Small Progress

Holiday weeks are always a little wonky. We returned from our long weekend at the lake house on Monday evening, went to work on Tuesday, had Wednesday off, and work again Thursday and today.

Why we get Wednesday off rather than the nearest Monday or Friday is beyond me, but it makes the work week disjointed. Especially when half of the country is on extended vacations.

Anyway, the weirdness threw my writing schedule off a bit, too, but I think I did alright. Continue reading Friday Write-Day: Small Progress

Using History as a Story’s Backbone

Over the last few years, I’ve managed to cultivate a few writing practices which help me build my stories. While on an extended weekend vacation, I went back to an old gem and rediscovered its virtues: history.

And no, I don’t mean actually studying real history to tell my own stories, although I also enjoy that. I’m talking about writing history. Continue reading Using History as a Story’s Backbone

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