Hey guys, I am starting a YouTube channel and will be uploading videos all about the craft of writing. I have a new page on my website dedicated to this topic, but I wanted to let you know here so that you can go check it out if you’d like: Click Me to See IfContinue reading “New Writing YouTube Channel”
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Why I’m Selling for 0.99
Hey guys, As some of you probably know, I recently published my first fantasy book, “Forces and the Malachite Stone.” I’m self-published, and boy has it been a lot of work. At first, the idea of selling our book-babies at such a low price is horrifying, but the more you learn about marketing as aContinue reading “Why I’m Selling for 0.99”
It’s Here! Fantasy Book 1 and On Sale!
Don’t give up. That’s what I would tell anyone who is writing or trying to publish a book. I could’ve given up many times, as it took a lot of work to get to this point, but didn’t. So, if you have any publishing or writing question that you need answered, go ahead and leave oneContinue reading “It’s Here! Fantasy Book 1 and On Sale!”
Beta, Createspace, and Publishing Q’s.
Do you have a publishing question? Beta questions? Createspace questions? Just leave them in the comments and I’ll get back to you asap. I love self-publishing and am excited for my first release in a fantasy trilogy, “Forces and the Malachite Stone.” Starting June 5th, you can get “Forces and the Malachite Stone,” the ebook,Continue reading “Beta, Createspace, and Publishing Q’s.”
Ask your Writing Question Here
Hey all! Over the last nine years, I’ve had loads of questions about the writing process, from publishing to writing dialogue, to how long books should be, etc, and I have definitely had to search for answers. My favorite teachers have always come in the form of books from the local library, yours truly, theContinue reading “Ask your Writing Question Here”
Thanks, Steven King
Listening to the audiobook by Stephen King, “On Writing.” I love how down-to-earth he is and how he really drives his points home. One piece of advice I’m taking tonight is reading more fiction to improve my craft. In fact, I think I’ll read, “Under the Dome,” just for kicks, plus I actually want toContinue reading “Thanks, Steven King”
Studying the Writing Craft
Good Morning! I was reflecting this morning of the value of not only reading books and writing often in order to become excellent storytellers, but on studying the craft, as well. It’s important to find authors who share their wealth of knowledge on the craft and to inhale everything they have to offer. Take yourContinue reading “Studying the Writing Craft”
“The Forbidden Shadow”
Hey guys, I recently read a Young Adult Sci-Fi that I really enjoyed. Check out the cover and review below! “The Forbidden Shadow” takes you on a young boy’s journey through trial, loss, and hope, all the while sending you on a thrill ride in an advanced world of garrison chips, x-ray vision, and escape-roomsContinue reading ““The Forbidden Shadow””
Beta Reading – Does it Hurt?
Hello all. Just finished being a beta (not the fish) for the first time after reading a YA Sci-Fi fiction novel. I have enjoyed this process so far and want to encourage others not to be afraid to be willing to read other’s manuscripts as a way to help to them, and to have theirsContinue reading “Beta Reading – Does it Hurt?”
Kidlit 411 – Paradise for Authors
Okay, so below are two screen shots of an awesome new website I found. Check out Kidlit 411. This website has everything you could possibly want as an author. I could list them, but you can see them below. I recently used the “Manuscript Swap,” which led to their Facebook group where I found my firstContinue reading “Kidlit 411 – Paradise for Authors”