How to Not Get Overwhelmed with Indie Publishing
In the indie publishing world it doesn’t take much to feel overwhelmed, and for some this means giving up before ever truly starting. It doesn’t matter if you’ve barely written a page of your book or have finished it (even going so far as to have it edited and uploaded to your preferred publishing avenue),…
Candice Coates: Winner of “Fallow” #BlogBattle
Please welcome the courageous and cutest Candice Coates! Candice is an incredibly artistic person with talent to spare. She’s got a great sense of humor, and it shows through in her comedic western tale! Her story, “All Washed Up: A Shenanigans Continuation,” has won the “Fallow” #Blogbattle, and I hope you’ll find your way to…
Proof Copy Arrived!
I told you on Monday that when the proof copy for The Beauty Thief showed up I’d let you have a sneak peek at the book! It came yesterday evening, but I was so wrapped up in my feelings of shock, seeing my story look so professional and REAL that I couldn’t stop ogling it…
My Very Own Seafaring Ballad!
I wrote this part in Captive Hope which called for a pirate sing-along. No really. These pirates enjoy singing. They are masters of the sea shanty, but a ballad will sneak into the repertoire every now and again. So, I left that part of the story empty while deliberating the song I must choose. I thought…
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