I used to think publishing my books would get easier over time. But it’s still a major emotional roller coaster of anxiety, happiness, and fear. Will my book do well? Will it find its audience? Will people want to read it? I kind of feel I just dropped my child off at the college … Continue reading Post Release Thoughts and Next WIP
Wow, the months are just slipping through my fingers. First July, then August, and now, September. Ugh, why does time have to fly? Anyway, I already told you about finishing up the second draft of A Son of Set (The Descendants of Isis #2). *happy dance* But the other thing I had been focused lately … Continue reading Query/ Submission/ Life Update
Help! I’ve been captured by the Sons of Set! Well, not really. I’ve just been pulled deeper into my novel’s world. This is why I haven’t been around of late nor posting book reviews – which are, now, stacked a mile high on my desk. I will get around to these and more explanations later. … Continue reading Temporarily Out of My Mind – Back in 5 Minutes!
Okay, things have really turned around this month and now my mind is buried under more awesome ideas and concepts for novels. I’m, of course, focusing on Death’s Curse (DI3), which is coming along nicely. As I had also mentioned I’ve also been outlining chapters for my book on the Lost Colony, another single novel, … Continue reading November Writing Inspiration
Sorry I haven’t been around. I’ve been ill since Friday night. Figures, two weeks into summer break and I get sick. Yuck! Anyway, I did try to stop by twitter and youtube when I could, trying to keep in the loop. Well, yesterday I found an awesome vlog posted by Farrah and Britney over at … Continue reading Bookish Tag
You always know when I'm finally starting to cook on a writing project. Books upon books of research begin to pile up - around my desk, bedroom, couch, etc... I bury my nose into history, lifestyles, technical terms, anything that will breathe life into my story, giving it reality. So, how does this link to the photo … Continue reading Novel Research!
Despite my cat's best efforts to distract me, I have finally finish entering all my journal entries for my second novel into a computer document ( 141 pages, 31,152 words after writing for about one year). This number is close to my 'average per year' for my first novel (31,142 words). The novel is still a long way from finish. I have a basic plot … Continue reading Journal Entries