Hopeful

This year is looking to be a pretty awesome year. My publisher is doing a reprint of my first novel, Supernova, in March and the second book of my trilogy, The Remnant, is set to come out in October. After the terrible experience I had with the co-publisher to...
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Merry Christmas!

I hope you all had a good Christmas. I had a nice one. It was three days of celebrations, as well as guests staying at our house for a night. After all of that, I’m ready for a break. Unfortunately, I have to work tomorrow, but such is life....
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Reunited and It Feels So Good

It’s been a awhile since I’ve posted anything and with good reason. Things got extreme for a little while. I started a full time job and it took forever for them to find someone to work opposite shifts as me so I could go to part time. My brother-in-law,...
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Book 2

I have my manuscript done. I’ve read through it and have done my edits. I’m more than halfway done with reading it to my husband so he can help me find anything that needs tweaking before sending it off to my publisher. The problem is… I don’t have a...
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All Better

In my last post, I explained how I was scared about not having a direction for my book. But I’m better now. It’s all figured it out. It’s going to be EPIC!...
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Book Two is Finished!

Well…almost. The first draft is finished. Now comes the hard part of editing. It’s time to fine tune my story and I can tell you, I have a love-hate relationship with my writing. Most days, I feel like my story is good, but recently, I’ve been having so many...
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Advice from Experience

I just did a book signing yesterday at a local town celebration and I did better than Fan Fest in Chicago, and Comic Con in Milwaukee. Not by much, but still better. Win! I also spent less on participating because it was local. Win, Win! I think my take...
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The Struggles of an Author in Today’s Market

I might sound a little whiny in this post, and for that I’m sorry. It’s not my intent to whine and complain, but to be honest about the behind the scenes of being an author. I feel I have failed on some level with my author life. I can...
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Is Comic Con Worth It?

It’s not an easy “yes” or “no” answer. If you are an unknown author, and you go hoping to sell tons of books and make more than what you paid for the whole experience, than it’s probably not for you. My Supernova book is perfect for a comic convention....
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Dark Phoenix

I usually post things about my writing on my author page, but I feel like giving my thoughts about Dark Phoenix instead. I saw it opening night, and unfortunately, I could already tell this movie was going to do poorly by the amount of people seeing it. I was...
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