Finish Your Novel: Struggling with a Schedule

For right-brainers like myself, it’s not easy to follow a schedule. I sit down and make schedules all the time but by nature, I break them; daily, weekly, every minute. What is a right-brainer like myself to do? I give myself weekly deadlines with a little wiggle room. I set objectives instead of goals. Objectives... Continue Reading →

Detective Docherty and the Dark Curse is Published!

Sometimes you need to take a break from the hardships of life, especially when you’re an assistant to a paranormal investigator and suffered not one, but two great losses. Maybe you stay at home, watch TV, and eat bagels—or maybe you are locked in an inescapable prison for losing control over your bloodlust. Either way,... Continue Reading →

Publishing is changing. Do I think Apps like Tapas and Radish are going to replace paperback and ebooks? No, but I do think they have great opportunities for authors and might be one of the best ways to build a readership in the coming years. I put together this Power Point presentation and presented it... Continue Reading →

Introduction

I thought I might start this blog out with an author intro I wrote for Chris the Story Reading Ape's Blog: How should I introduce myself? I’m not sure where to start, so how about I start with my indecision? I love sunny days and I love rainy days. I feel young and I feel... Continue Reading →

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