Now, I usually don’t walk around giggling like a teenage girl, but I did this weekend. Friday I ventured to my very first Comicon Convention. I didn’t go for the all the superhero stuff, the actors, the artists, or the people-watching. I went for three reasons: Patrick Rothfuss, Jim Butcher, and Zachary Jernigan. Because I’m […]
I’m very excited to announce the ebook version of Keepers of Arden: The Brothers Volume 1 is available on Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, iTunes, and coming very soon, Kobo. Keep checking back on the My Books tab for updates on where you can purchase Keepers of Arden. Now, as crazy as this sounds, I’d like […]
Today I thought I’d share what would make up the first page in the printed book of Keepers of Arden: The Brothers Volume 1. I might have snuck in a sentence or two that ran into the next page in order to cap off the paragraph. Hope you enjoy!
Yep, that’s a printed test proof of Keepers of Arden. I might be a tad excited. I screamed when I opened it, so… yeah, I’m excited. I’m in the process of reading it again, going through each page to make sure there’s nothing wrong in the formatting, but so far, so good. Hopefully, by the […]
Recently, as of Monday to be precise, I became a member of SSFFWA (Shirtless Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America) led and organized by the wonderful Zachary Jernigan. It’s a great group with a motto I’m deeply behind: ZERO SHIRTS. ZERO BIGOTS. ALL SFF. Okay, the shirtless thing might not be something I regularly […]
Yep, after years of avoiding it, I finally caved and set up a Twitter account. For the record, I’m not a huge social media user in my private life. When I thought of opening up a dog daycare business years ago, I set up a Facebook account in order to network. Well, I get on […]
So I’ve never participated in a reading challenge. I just read what I want when I want. However, I never knew of all the wonderful book bloggers out there until I wrote my first book. In my exploration of marketing, I’ve discovered wonderful websites that have really opened my eyes. I’m still tentative in my […]