I have just finished publishing Minotaur’s Curse, which is the last of the books I’ll be putting out this year, and I never thought I’d make it in time, to be honest. But I did it! Woohoo! I published SEVEN books this year! That is truly mind-blowing to me, but it goes to show how […]
Perhaps the most universal advice an indie author will get is that they need to be on social media to build a platform. For me, this is like saying to a person terrified of water that they have to learn to swim before they can be successful. I am, by nature, an introvert. I have […]
I didn’t meet the deadlines I wanted to meet last year. Hopefully, I’m far more successful this year! Read on for updates on my upcoming releases.
I’m tired. The End. But seriously, the bill has come due on all this holiday stress, leaving me exhausted and in the lowest possible mood for holiday cheer. I’m not gonna lie. I have a tendency to overdo things. Which I very much regret later. (Usually around January 😉 ) I’ve been running around a […]
Do you, or don’t you? Read the prologue, that is? I’d like to know your thoughts on whether books should even have prologues, including The Princess’s Dragon (the prologue which I included in this post.)
I may have been a bit too optimistic about getting two books out before the end of the year. Final edits for The Princess’s Dragon are going okay, but I still have yet to complete all of the necessary steps for pre-launch, and I have no cover to speak of. I really don’t want to […]
When I started out writing Lilith’s Fall, it looked a great deal different than it does now. One of the biggest changes I made was in switching from first-person Point of View (POV) to third-person POV. There is a distinct reason that I chose to make this change. I should mention one of the big […]
I’m starting to realize that my Monday deadline should be more of a suggestion really. I haven’t posted a blog in quite a while, which has not been my intention, and I would love to fill this post regaling you all with wondrous tales and adventures I could have been a part of if space […]
Febe and Morbidon have been torn apart by circumstances beyond their control. Can they come back together and find the happiness that has been stolen from them? Will they overcome the obstacles that now keep Febe from being Morbidon’s Bride?
Morbidon is ready to settle down and be the husband his soulmate deserves, but he needs to take care of one loose end before he can be certain that nothing will ever try to come between them again.