Goals, like a cheating boyfriend, who needs ‘em, am I right? Wrong, because I do need them—goals, that is—if I’m going to accomplish my dream of literary world domination. … More 2018 Writing Goals, #AuthorLife #IndieAuthor
Here Are The Top 5 #Books I Read In 2017 … More The Top 5 Books I Read In 2017 #Readinglist #AmReading
In celebration of the end of 2017, I’m hosting four straight days of ebook giveaways. … More Urban Fantasy eBook Giveaway! #freebooks #urbanfantasy #AmazonGiveaway
Sneak Peek: Amazon eBook Giveaway … More Sneak Peek: #AmazonGiveaway eBook!
Are you on track to meet your annual or quarterly writing goals? … More Quarterly Writing Goals: Q2 2017
Like every writer in the universe, I struggle with self-doubt and the “soggy middle” of my novels. The only thing you can do is power through it. … More What are some of your writing struggles?
Marketing is a four letter word to most authors, and I don’t mean the word ‘love.’ Advertising and marketing are important no matter how icky it makes you feel. Writing a novel and making it available to the world doesn’t mean the world will take notice. Or care. Or fart in your general direction. Once … More A List of Book Promotion Sites
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First Draft. Those two words wield a whole lot of power, evoking emotions from giddy excitement to brain numbing dread. Some writers stand strong on the side of excitement, ready to throw down words and metaphors like hot fire, while others battle cold sweats and nausea at…
Once you’ve written down your goals, it’s easy to set them aside and forget about them. Doing a self-review is a good way to hold yourself accountable for achieving your aims. You can evaluate your progress by week or month, but I prefer by quarter. … More Quarterly Writing Goals: Q1 2017
The Sumerian tale of Marduk versus Tiamat absorbed me one night during a months-long bout of insomnia. A few articles compared Tiamat to Echidna from Greek mythology. … More Where did you get the idea for your novel?