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 →

Milestones

As of today, Detective Docherty and the Demon's Tears has reached 106 ratings on Goodreads and is maintaining a 4.06 average. As more people read the first novel, the rating has dropped from 5 stars to a more honest 4, and I am perfectly fine with that. I wish they'd update the covers D: In... 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 →

Con Season

It's officially con season, time to get out your Geek-Gear! With Convention Season almost upon us, I felt it was high time I wrote something useful for new authors and creators looking to increase their sales and grow their platform. Ontario boasts a large number (and growing) of fan-run and commercially-run fantasy and science fiction... 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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