Midway through July and it is trying to overtake me! But I always feel this way during NaNoWriMo months. I'll talk about how July's Camp NaNo went next month along with all of the other excitement that August will bring! For now, I want to remind you all that the preorder for Dual Nature, my … Continue reading Give Your Kindle Its Newest Summer Fling!
I've been attempting to network more on social media. I'm interacting with other authors, learning more about them, seeing what they write and how they market. If I've learned anything, it's how important marketing and networking is to an indie author. It's not a scam. It's certainly not insincere to want to learn from others … Continue reading #writersbookclub
First off, go check out the story stockpile on Fictionpress to see the new story I added this past Sunday called For Love and Country! Our lovely viewer StrangeLace won a giveaway for that fiction and gave me a cheesy romance prompt. I did say I would write a story based on pretty much any … Continue reading Comfort Won’t Comfort You!
Happy June! In one month, the debut novel train begins its steady roll out of the station. July 1st will have a few victories attached to it: The pre-order for the Dual Nature ebook will be live! I've never done a pre-order before (let's be perfectly frank, I've clearly never done ANY of this publishing … Continue reading Why Swoon in June?
There you have it, ladies and gentlemen. Another NaNoWriMo event come and gone in a whirlwind. If you're unfamiliar with NaNo, I highly recommend you check out their website. It's both an event and an organization that brings writers together. Those who participate in the event pledge to write 50,000 words in 30 days (or … Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo (April) Recap
How many times does a person need to restart a website? Seriously, is there a count you hit before you finally stop redoing them? Maybe a prize for most well intentioned but still abandoned sites? I swear between two email addresses I'm up to 6 or more WordPress blogs. No joke! But I'm not here … Continue reading The Journey Begins (again??)