Only one week before Saving Sarah May drops — March 3! I’m both giddy and nervous. If this book does well and people like it, there are two more in the series. Going into a new genre can be a Continue reading A New Genre – A New Series
Every so often an indie author has to go back through and re-evaluate old things. Like recently, I hired an editor to go back through Weekend Captive, SINcerely Megan, and Nice Girls Don’t to give them a good editing pass Continue reading New Covers!
Guess what’s coming? You guessed it! It’s SAVING SARAH MAY! Coming in March 2016! In the meantime, enjoy this excerpt! After Sarah‘s fiance is killed in Iraq, her life spirals into darkness. In attempt to pull her out of her Continue reading Saving Sarah May – Excerpt
That is the question. I started thinking about this over the weekend – whether or not to pitch one of my new series ideas to a bigger publisher at this year’s Colorado Gold. Ultimately I decided I should probably wait until 2017, when Continue reading To Pitch or Not To Pitch
Again this week I was asked if I take on apprentices. Usually when Frank, my assistant, tells them no, they come back with, “Why?” So this post is the official, nothing withheld answer as to why I don’t take on Continue reading Why I Don’t Take on Apprentices
A Brief Guide for Newly Published Authors Do not SPAM your twitter feed or social network with links to your book once an hour on the hour for weeks or even months. That’s SPAM, not marketing. That doesn’t mean an Continue reading How NOT to Promote Your Novel
For years now I’ve had people in awe of my writing output. Some people have asked, “How do you keep it all straight?” I’m never sure how to answer this. The reality is that working on 2-4 projects at a time with Continue reading The Art of Focus