This is the official home of Michael Brockbank, the author. Actually, he prefers to call himself a “writer” as he works on a variety of writing projects. Blogs, books, and clients are essentially the center of his universe.

Currently Available Books by Michael Brockbank

Starting his professional writing career in 2012, Michael has provided content for thousands of clients worldwide while publishing his own works through various blogs and books. He also manages the WriterSanctuary YouTube channel where he helps other aspiring authors find their path.

Since 2021, Michael has put more effort into writing and completing new and old creative works.

And in his own words, “I’m just getting started.”

Something Fun…

In this video, Michael and his friend, Sam, go to Lookout Mountain in Colorado to take pictures for A Freelancer’s Tale. This was his first book published on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and various eBook platforms.

What’s New on the Blog?

  • Halfway Through 2024: What Have You Accomplished Thus Far?
    It’s July 2nd, marking the midway point of the year. Today, let’s take stock of what we have accomplished and the plans for what is to come. Keep in mind that even the smallest of victories is still a victory.
  • July 2024: Getting Back to Normalcy (ish)
    In terms of goals for this creator, June kinda blew up in my face. The positive, though, is that Grandpa is doing better and moving about on his own. So, things can kind of go back to normalcy.
  • Having to Take a Pause for a Few Days
    I was on track to have an amazing June, in terms of being productive. Unfortunately, I have to put everything on pause for a few days so I can sort out some things here at the house.
  • June 2024: Getting the Summer Started
    So, the goals for May really didn’t pan out all that well. Most likely because I didn’t put in maximum effort. Granted, I had a few extenuating circumstances to deal with, but I could have put in more effort to get a few things done.
  • May 2024: Establishing a Good Rhythm
    I’ve decided to start planning out my month and share how I accomplish certain goals. It’s as much for myself as it is for anyone interested in setting a good rhythm for being productive. Mostly, it’s to help me remember considering how much I have going on.
  • Writing Timeline: Shadows of Atlantic City
    Shadows of Atlantic City is a bit different than what I normally write, which is Dark Fantasy. But like just about everything I write, it also has a “dark” element. In this book, I decided to go with a Western theme, although it’s set in Atlantic City.
  • Changing Things Up a Bit – I’m Spread Too Thin!
    I’ve definitely bit off more than I can chew over the years. So, I’m pulling back on some things while doubling down on others. I’m not completely throwing in the towel on some projects. But I would like to see others excel before taking on another.