book review
Book Review

Seeing that less than stellar review and how it can be a positive thing…

About a year and a half ago I released a book, my first stand alone, Making Our Own Way.  Now, I loved this book personally.  Out of my five books this one had a special place in my heart for the sheer fact that there were some actual elements of my own life in the… Continue reading Seeing that less than stellar review and how it can be a positive thing…

Cover Design, Writing

Cover Reveals and why they’re important!

This morning I scheduled a cover reveal for my next book that is coming out in February.  This is my second cover reveal, having done my first one with my last book last May.  Prior to last spring, I am ashamed to say, I didn’t think about having one, thinking that my latest blog would… Continue reading Cover Reveals and why they’re important!

best-selling book genres of 2018
Self-Publishing, Writing

A look at the best-selling book genres of 2018

As we start in 2019, I thought it would be interesting to look in the best-selling genres of 2018.   A few weeks ago, my good friend N.M. Thorn and I were talking about the indie industry and how to best approach marketing.  This led to a good-natured discussion of what genre were the most profitable.… Continue reading A look at the best-selling book genres of 2018

New Year’s Resolutions for all writers
Self-Publishing, Writing

Blog 34: New Year’s Resolutions for All Writers

Happy New Year to everyone! I have a habit of looking at the year past to see what I accomplished and what I would like to do moving forward.  This past year in 2018 I met a few of my goals.  In 2018, I started this blog and kept up with it. I published my… Continue reading Blog 34: New Year’s Resolutions for All Writers

Tips for writing sex scenes for non-romance writers
Writing

Blog 33: Tips for writing sex scenes for non-romance writers…

This week I was conversing with one of my indie friends who writes Urban and Epic Fantasy.  She was having problems with a couple of sex scenes and was picking my brain for ideas.  I think her exact words were “how do you write this crap?”.  It got me thinking about how non-romance writers handle… Continue reading Blog 33: Tips for writing sex scenes for non-romance writers…