My Self-Editing Process

This past November, I technically did not win NaNoWriMo, but in a way, I did. Confused? What I mean is, while I didn't write 50,000 words over the course of November, I did complete my rough draft of my book, Serafima's Stone - Book 2 of the Gaslight Frontier Series! As is my custom, I then … Continue reading My Self-Editing Process

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Tips and Tools to Keep Your Story Organized – My Indie Author Day 2017 Presentation

On this one day, libraries around the world welcome their local indie authors in for a day of education, networking, mingling, writing, open mics, panels and much more! While programs are supported by key Indie Author Day sponsors — all of which are leaders in the publishing industry — each library’s event has a distinctly … Continue reading Tips and Tools to Keep Your Story Organized – My Indie Author Day 2017 Presentation

The Most Effective Advertising Strategy I’ve Found

I've mentioned a bit in previous posts that I haven't put a lot of time or money into advertising. When I have, I've mostly felt that it wasn't worth it. However, I've finally found something that's given me good results, and the best part is it's free! Book Boast, formerly known as Newsletter Swap, allows … Continue reading The Most Effective Advertising Strategy I’ve Found

One Year After Publishing Grigory’s Gadget – What I’ve Learned

Sunday, March 12th, marks one year since Grigory's Gadget was published! Since about a year has passed since publication (wow!), I thought I'd share some of what I've learned in terms of writing, publishing, marketing, and more. In terms of writing, I've discovered that it gets a lot harder after publishing a book! There's an … Continue reading One Year After Publishing Grigory’s Gadget – What I’ve Learned