The week of October 23rd, I’ll be participating in some fun promotional stuff through my publisher, Evernight Publishing. Here’s where you can find me and how you can win some … Continue Reading Upcoming Fun and Prizes!
You wrote a book. You poured your heart and soul into it and worked on it for a long time–weeks, months, maybe even years. You edited and revised it, you … Continue Reading 5 Things Not To Do When You Get Rejected
If you’re a writer, you’re often going to hear people talk about the business of writing, and they’re going to say things like “you have to keep up with the … Continue Reading Keeping up with the book industry–all you need is witchcraft!
This week I’m going to finish up giving serious answers to the questions in my humorous post The Top 10 Things People Say to Writers, and How You Should Respond. So … Continue Reading Get Your Free Book Here!
For the next couple weeks, I’m giving serious answers to the questions in my humorous post The Top 10 Things People Say to Writers, and How You Should Respond. So when … Continue Reading Hook Me Up, Man
On Friday, I made a humorous post The Top 10 Things People Say to Writers, and How You Should Respond. I thought it might be fun (and cause dang, it’s hard … Continue Reading Let’s Get Serious…
This past March, I celebrated the second anniversary of my first book being published. It’s not the first thing I had published, but it was my first full-length book and … Continue Reading Making It In the Writing World
A few updates in my writing world today. I come to share some happy news and a sale with you! First of all, I had a novella picked up by … Continue Reading Stuff I’m Up To Right Now
If you’re an anxious sort of person who likes things to happen fast, the last thing you want to be is a writer. Writing and publishing are the slowest activities … Continue Reading Slow and Steady
As I announced on Friday, I had a novella accepted for publication with Siren Bookstrand. Great news! However, when you have something new being published, there comes that inevitable form … Continue Reading A Cover Is Worth A Thousand Words
Just a little announcement today! Yesterday, I signed a contract with Siren BookStrand for my paranormal erotic romance It Takes a Thief. It’s tentatively scheduled to be released in August. … Continue Reading Some happy news!
I’ve been doing a lot of editing this week, preparing a novella for submission. That also means writing a synopsis, which I think is easily the most difficult part of … Continue Reading Tell us what it’s about
These two bits of information are unrelated but have been the biggest writing news stories on my radar the past week: You’ve probably heard by now that Samhain Publishing has … Continue Reading News around the writing world
Today I’m going to talk about a rather sensitive topic, but one that needs to be talked about often and shared widely. The more I try to navigate the tricky … Continue Reading Scammers (and how to avoid them)
I figured since I’m in the middle of two publications–The Bloody City this past Tuesday and One Night In Cleveland this coming Wednesday–I would espouse a little wisdom about publication. … Continue Reading 10 Things Nobody Tells You About Being (Traditionally) Published
My urban fantasy series is contracted with Kensington Books. The second one comes out in November, the third is in the hands of my editor. I’m only contracted for three … Continue Reading Writing a series–forever!
In Monday’s blog post I talked about getting published, including tips for navigating publishers and agents and getting that coveted acceptance. In this post, I’m going to talk about things … Continue Reading What to do after you get a ‘yes’
I’m still pretty new to the party on the published side of the writing fence, having only been published for about a year and a half now. However, I’ve published … Continue Reading 5 tips for aspiring published authors
I’m published with several publishers, one large and a few small. I’ve spread my literary seed around, you could say. I didn’t plan this, it just sort of happened. I … Continue Reading Things to look for in a publisher.