Something useful… and a shameless plug.

I’ve been meaning to get around to this but have been pretty busy lately. When I first started this blog I intended for it to not be all about my generally random thought patterns and musings. I also intended for it to have some useful things for newbie aspiring authors like me in it too. Today … [Read more…]

WTF over!?

So over the holiday weekend I took a break from writing/restructuring/proofreading/what have you and did some reading on some books and some forums and ran into something that, quite frankly, puzzled the hell out of me! In one particular forum there was a discussion about (and I’m paraphrasing the ever living shit out of this) how … [Read more…]

On a roll/Honor roll… Same difference.

I’ve been on a roll. In the last, roughly, two months I’ve completed and released Shattered & Scarred, I’ve completed Broken & Burned (SHMC Book II), put it through a first and second round of edits, put it through some extensive rewrites and sent it through a third round of edits (I think it’s about … [Read more…]

Hmm… Spoilers, so if you haven’t read Shattered & Scarred, don’t read this!

So I go stalker status when it comes to my books. I don’t just read reviews but also different forums, scoping them out to see what’s what, or just plain heading over when someone alerts me, “hey your stuff is being talked about over here!” One of the things I’ve noticed is that my latest … [Read more…]

What have I been doing?

Well. Let’s see. I put out Shattered & Scarred the Sacred Hearts MC Book I on June 9th. Since then I have finished writing Broken & Burned The Sacred Hearts MC Book II… twice, and have gone over some extensive edits and rewrites with my super heroine, editor/proofreading, BFF, maid of honor, rock star just … [Read more…]

Armchair Critics

I wonder if people who give three star and lower ratings realize how much it makes an author wonder. I don’t think readers on good reads or even amazon realize how greatly a few simple words helps us as writers to be better. “***” tells me nothing. “*** I thought the plot line was too obvious.” Or … [Read more…]