Squee it's here!! I adore getting cover art it makes me giddy and grin like a Cheshire cat. I don't have a shiny blurb yet, but I can tell you this book will be released in late November. I'm thinking November 27th, but I haven't set it in stone. There will be a 7… Continue reading I Have The Celestial Tears Cover!
Now is the time where I have to start planning for 2018. My very talented cover designer is booked up some three months ahead (as she deserves to be), so I need to figure out what I'll need from her next year. I don't have dates pinned down, I'm leaving things open to change.… Continue reading Publishing Plans (2018)
Just a quick celebratory post. Seers Stone got a bestseller tag yesterday! Before anyone decides to get snarky and points out that it's a small sub-cat and I'm not a real bestseller, I am perfectly aware. That doesn't mean I'm not going to celebrate my little orange tag. 😝
This isn't a decision I'm making lightly, nor is it one I've made quickly. This is something I've been giving serious consideration for a good month now. In January I will pull my Ink Born and Hidden Alchemy books from Kindle Unlimited and make them available on Kobo, GooglePlay, and iBooks. Why? Because Kindle… Continue reading Why I’m Putting My Books Wide (In January).
As you're all aware reviews are pretty important to authors. With this in mind, I've put together a private facebook group for my readers. What's in this group? This group will have access to ARCs of every single one of my books. I will make new releases available ten days - two weeks prior… Continue reading Would You Like To Join My Review Team?
I thought I'd share some of the inspiration for Seers Stone. For of those of you that aren't familiar, Seers Stone is my treasure-hunting action-adventure urban fantasy, with a bisexual female protagonist. In short, it's amazingly fantastic fun and I love it so damn much. I dreamt of writing this book for years and I couldn't… Continue reading Inspiration For Seers Stone.
Disappointment is much like taxes, there really is no escaping it. The simple fact of the matter is, things will go wrong. Timing will be off, Amazon will be itself, people will fall ill with strange mind-boggling illnesses. Such is the way of the world. Knowing those things doesn't change the way the disappointment… Continue reading Handling Disappointment As An Author