Hello, everyone. Yes, I really am back here after an extremely extended hiatus. It’s been a weird couple of years for me, with a lot of soul-searching, a lot of … Continue reading Hitting the Reset Button
As most of you know by now, my family has spent many, many months – many years, really – trying to get our house in shape to sell. In September, … Continue reading There Are Many Paths to Tread
I don’t know about you, but I’m having a little trouble with the fact that it’s already well into October. My summer has been filled with activity – and … Continue reading The Call of NaNoWriMo: November Approaches
So! Yesterday was technically Launch Day for Dark the Dreamer’s Shadow, but since I had a truly awful and rotten 24 hours, which included spilling an entire 16oz iced tea … Continue reading Dark the Dreamer’s Shadow: Happy (Belated) Launch Day!
Self-published fantasy and sci-fi authors who meet minimum income requirements will now be able to become members of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers America (SFWA), one of the biggest … Continue reading SFWA to Accept Self-Published Sci-Fi and Fantasy Authors as Members
Check out my feature in this month’s issue of Shelf Unbound Magazine, and take a look at all the winners of this year’s best indie book contest! And don’t forget … Continue reading Life After NaNoWriMo: Taking the First Look
Panic. *** Have a Merry Christmas, everyone! Stay warm, stay smiling, and stay cool.
You’ve waited patiently for months to hear which books topped the list of the second annual Shelf Unbound Best Indie Book Competition. Wait no longer, people of Internetlandia! The answer … Continue reading Shelf Unbound Writing Competition Winners!
Hello, people of the Internet. I stand before you bereft and lonesome after the end of NaNoWriMo, listless and lazy as the relentless sparks of November fade slowly into the … Continue reading Wintery Mix
Hey, look. I won. Hooray! Just ignore the fact that it says I wrote 4100 words today. I actually wrote 4000 before the month began and I just kept them … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2013: Veni, Writi, Vici
Hey, guys! I hope you’ve all enjoyed your first week of noveling madness, and haven’t yet been banned from your local coffee shop for scaring the children with your creepy … Continue reading WordPress authors talk NaNoWriMo and what happens after
Remember back in June, when I made all your bodkins start quivering with the news that Shelf Unbound just opened its 2013 Indie Publishing Contest? Well, prepare to be re-quivered … Continue reading Half Price Books and Shelf Unbound Indie Book Competition