Hi, I'm back! Life has been oh so full, and lots of fun, so as usual, I haven't posted here. To the updates! I have finished draft 3 of the second book in the Memory Aether series and it is currently with Beta readers. While I wait for them to sink their teeth into it, … Continue reading Newsletter: Mug, Desk, & Scope
I am super excited to say that I am officially published now! Here's the link to Memory Aether. eBook version is up, paperback version to follow in a couple of days. Aside from that big news, here's two more exciting things happening: I'm going to be at 4th Street Fantasy Convention this weekend, and on a … Continue reading Memory Aether is published!
This fantastic cover was created by Sarah Nelson of Auslandish, Co. I am so happy with what she's done! Working with her was pure joy. Thank you, Sarah! Memory Aether As a memory modification specialist, the last thing Alexia expected was for her boyfriend to be her next patient. Michael insists she must erase his … Continue reading Cover Reveal!
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Oh the things I could say about this. I've spent hundreds of hours reading and researching and asking for advice about traditional publishing and self-publishing. To me, traditional publishing has always been a bit of a pain. It is slow to publish and slow to pay authors. It plays gatekeeper between readers and writers, often … Continue reading Why I’ve Decided to Self-Publish
I don't know how you can be a writer and not read. And read a lot. Yet that's something I didn't learn about being a writer until much later than I should have. I grew up thinking a writer just wrote stuff from their brain and never thought about putting material back into it to … Continue reading Book Recommendations
My first exploration into what it would mean to self-publish.
Student project by Rachel Walsh: Kindle MetaphorI'm the type of person that feels like she needs to answer every question asked. I like to help people and discover new information. I love answers. I often find myself answering questions that were meant to be rhetorical. So when I encountered each of Nathan Bransford's several surveys about … Continue reading Will I ever go all eBook?
Apparently, Barnes and Noble is closing a lot of their stores: 20 every year over ten years. When I read this, I had mixed feelings. First, I was kind of sad. I mean, I like having the option of going to a Barnes and Noble and looking around. The way they display their books makes … Continue reading Will my store close? Say it isn’t so!