This week has been so difficult, mentally. I really don't want to go into details, but it's regarding what I mentioned in my last blog post. I don't even want to tread there lightly as it's been such an emotional drain. And, I'm not sure where to start as my mind is a mess right … Continue reading Moving along
Okay, it's been a little gruelling but I got through my manuscript (well, most of it), and each of my books in Wings of Malice is now off to a good start. As it stands: Book One: 40,048 words Book Two: 36,525 words Book Three: 21,094 words But, there is still a lot to do. … Continue reading Wings of Malice – it begins!
So, this year I'm going to be more productive. I'm going to make sure of it. Right after I finish house sitting. Right after I finish playing The Witcher 3 Right after etc, etc, etc... It's one of my New Year's resolutions. Along with: * Supporting more indie writers * Supporting more local businesses * … Continue reading New year, new resolve
I am beyond thrilled to be able to present to you the cover for my National Novel Writing Month project, Saga of the Sinner. This amazingly awesome cover was designed by Phoenix Johnson (of Phoenix Johnson Graphic Design -- who also designed the cover for my 2016 NaNo project, Eleanor). A little about Saga of … Continue reading Saga of the Sinner
Hey everyone, I have lots of exciting things to talk about! Firstly, congratulations to the winner of the 1,000 likes #sharingiscaring giveaway! Your super-awesome, amazing book bundle will set sail today. And, I have to say, I am so envious because not even I have the gorgeous Penguin clothbound editions of Tess of the d'Urbervilles, … Continue reading NaNoWriMo and Mental Health Month
Giveaway Firstly, I want to thank everyone who entered the giveaway. It has, of course, closed and I will be announcing the winner on the 7th, so follow my Facebook page and keep an eye out to see if you've won this awesome book bundle! So, how did you go with the giveaway? Were … Continue reading Eleanor, giveaway, and Mental Health Month
It feels like it's been ages since I've given you all an update, and I guess it has, as last week I posted up a review of Florence & Giles instead of my usual post. Editing and Eleanor My fabulous editor is currently working on Eleanor -- doing a copyedit and assessment of the manuscript. … Continue reading Book covers, giveaways, comps, and Nano