To say I’ve been busy these last two weeks would be an understatement. Your favorite indie author has been hard at work – editing, working, and trying to revive older wips. Surprisingly, editing was the easiest of the trio. Though once I figured out a way to make reviving my wip work, that fell intoContinue reading “Doves Cry – Squad up!”
Maybe I should call this month ‘Camp Cringe’?
Hello everyone! I’ve decided to try something new to close out this month and feature a fellow author. Tedra Gladney is new to the Romance genre, but not to writing, as she also writes fantasy and paranormal works. If you are a fan of novellas, go ahead and click here to sign up for TedraContinue reading “Words Can Sing Too!”
In the end this only hurts the readers that truly appreciate our talents and want to help us improve – so that we can continue bringing more enjoyable stories to them.
Happy Spring y’all! Yeah, I’m not a fan of Winter, and I am so happy to send all my love to the season of sunny days and scattered rain showers. Now, let’s get to business, shall we? I’ll be instructing a few classes later this month for a virtual writing retreat and wanted to shareContinue reading “Virtual Spring Writing Retreat”
So it is my hope that by offering a few free99’s that those who read them will leave me some (honest, perhaps even helpful) reviews.
First things first – happy national pancake day! Now with that order of business out of the way, let’s talk about what I write. I’ve talked about Why I Write What I Write over on my YouTube channel years ago, but only recently realized that I never said much else on the subject. Generally speaking,Continue reading “What I Write”
And I want you all to be the first to know the title of said novel, which may come as a surprise to no one (if you’ve looked at my current backlist, it was pretty much a given, lol).
Last year I had announced that I would begin the process of having my books available for print on demand. And I did. Though I stopped. I’m glad you all asked! The answer is a simple one – I wants my own ISBNs. Using Draft to Digital has been great, don’t get me wrong. IContinue reading “Where are my Prints?”
Originally posted on The PBS Blog:
One of the first signs that someone is new to publishing is their obsession with copyright. Everyone at some point thinks about ways to protect what they have built, but obsessing over the possibility of someone stealing your work is one sure way of waving your hands in a…