A couple of years ago, over at my author blog, I shared my experience writing Scarred Beauty (Wylder Tales #2). I had recently devoured Rachel Aaron’s 2,000 – 10,000. In the spirit of National Novel Writing Month, and as I'm currently in the thick of writing my third Wylder Tales, I thought it fitting to revisit my … Continue reading A Writer’s Journey ~ 2K per day Challenge
Last Friday, Melissa Wright shared an awesome Writing Hacks about dealing with writer's anxiety. In our private Facebook group, our authors discussed how we had recently dealt with it and what helped us cope. As I am in the middle of writing my third Wylder Tales novel, I thought it the perfect time to revisit this theme … Continue reading A Writer’s Journey ~ Facing Fear Part 2
I'm publishing my first serialized novel in a little over a week, so I wanted to share some things I've learned along the way. Every book, no matter the genre or series, presents its own set of challenges. Angel Blue is no exception. If anything, I made things harder on myself by writing in a … Continue reading A Writer’s Journey ~ Piecing Your Novel Together
This week, I wanted to repost something I recently shared from my author blog. In today's mercurial market, it can be a challenge just keeping your spirits up. Even established authors get discouraged from time to time. It's important we keep our eyes on the end goal, and always remember the reason we do this … Continue reading A Writer’s Journey ~ What Defines Success?
Lessons in Marketing: a case study It's a truth universally acknowledged, there's no magical formula for success. I tend to think, like with many tactics in the publishing industry, it’s a combination of luck and the right story at the right time. Sometimes you may have as polished a product as you can conceive (with … Continue reading A Writer’s Journey ~ Lessons in Marketing