Whew! BookCon 2017 ended Sunday evening, but it feels like I should still be getting ready for it! Crazy how quickly it went by… It was a lot of fun, though, and I got to meet a ton of awesome people. My only regret is not taking photos while I was there. I wish I … More BookCon is over! Now what??
BookCon finally has their showroom floor maps up! As a reminder, I’ll be in booth #2677, so stop by and say hi if you’re attending!!
Hey, all! Check out this absolutely wonderful digital drawing of my characters, Lissa and Blade! I’m in love with how dynamic this is, and the expressions of the characters. Whoever’s on the receiving end of their attention is not going to have a good time, you can be sure of that. This image was drawn by Hazumirein, … More Lissa & Blade by Hazumirein
Happy International Women’s Day, everyone. While this isn’t the only day a lot of us take to remember, thank, and cheer on the women in our lives who embolden us, support us, and love us (Thanks, Mom!), it is a day that–and especially in light of recent events–carries more weight for a lot of us. … More International Women’s Day #BeBoldForChange
A few days ago, I found out that Unbroken Light, my second novel and the sequel to Chasing Shadows, is officially in the running for a First in Category position in Chanticleer Review’s Cygnus Awards. This is very exciting, and now I’m waiting with bated breath to see who the five winners are, along with the grand … More UNBROKEN LIGHT is a Semi-Finalist!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you must know about the state of this country right now. We’re not at the threshold of the apocalypse. But for many people, it feels that way. Did you make any effort to understand why? For many Americans, their basic human rights are suddenly under threat. Not because the … More So, America. Here we are.
It’s that time. Election Day is coming this Tuesday, November 8th, and we Americans are going to set the tone of our future. I, like many others, are… well, a stronger synonym for “concerned” would be best here, but we’ll leave it at that for now. At the end of the day, we do live … More So, we are all voting on the 8th, right?
I’ve mentioned before that reviews are the lifeblood of authors, especially indie and self-published ones. Sales are always nice, but unless you have a large audience constantly purchasing your work, they can be little more than numeric blips on the radar. Don’t get me wrong, sales are great, and it’s a wonderful feeling whenever someone … More Have You Reviewed a Book Lately?
I wrote this post this morning, but if you’re reading it at its publishing time, then I’m currently on a plane, moving to a new home. This is one of those things that happened pretty suddenly, all things considered. The right things fell into place, and now it’s time to go forward. It’s exciting and wildly … More New Beginning
About a week ago, I launched an author Facebook page. There’s not much content there yet, but it’s another place where you can follow me other than this blog. In the interest of making everything simple, here are all of my author social media pages / accounts / whatever else we’re calling them these days: Facebook … More Author Social Media