Starting today, for a limited time, the ebook of Midnight will be marked down from it's regular price of $3.99 to only $0.99. If you haven't picked up the first book of The Opposition, this is a great time to do so. Not only do you get a great deal, this edition also includes the … Continue reading Ebook Sale!
(Note: If you haven't already, check out The Making of Midnight.) Liminal Boy has been out for well over a month now, which means it’s time for a behind the page look at the making of Langdon's story. Important: There ARE spoilers. Read on only once you’ve finished all of Liminal Boy. Ready? Let’s get … Continue reading The Making of: Liminal Boy
Life update blog! Expect more of these in the coming months, as I try to make blogging and writing updates a recurring part of my life again. The plan is once a week, but most likely will be once a month (unless I get my schedule sorted out). MY BOOKS! Now that you’ve (hopefully) read … Continue reading Summer Time and… Pumpkins?
It's been barely three days since Liminal Boy was released into the world. And WHAT a three days it's been! Within the first day Lanny cracked into the top 100 paid spots. And, my babes, I won't lie. I want that orange flag. If you can help me get there, I'll do something extra special … Continue reading Interviews and Reviews: Liminal Boy
With little over ONE WEEK until Liminal Boy’s release on June 1st, I thought I would share a little reading aesthetic-building guide of sorts. First, don’t forget you can pre-order Liminal Boy as an ebook on a number of platforms, like Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords, etc. You can buy the paperback the day of … Continue reading Liminal Boy: A Pre-Reading Guide of Sorts
Wow, it's been a while since my last post. But, as you are about to see, I've been busy. So, let's get to it: I am thrilled to finally announce that Liminal Boy will be released on June 1st, 2019. You won't have to wait much longer to find out what happens after the events … Continue reading Liminal Boy Release Info and a Few Other Surprises
I'm back from my accidental hiatus! Where was I? Well, that's a good question. There was a cold that wouldn't leave, a trip to two different states to visit family, and plenty of writing. I've actually written three blog posts since my last update but never hit publish on any of them. They didn't feel … Continue reading Fall 2018 Update
Happy Autumn Equinox! I mean, it was 110 degrees today but let's pretend it's PSL season here. I welcomed fall to the desert by spending the day with a pie pumpkin. (It put up a fight.) I cut it, roasted it, peeled it, mashed it, and turned it into a gluten-free, refined sugar-free, dairy-free, organic … Continue reading The Healthy Author: Part One
This blog has been a long time coming. It’s a topic close to me, and I’m sure to many many other writers since the dawn of literature. It’s a question that probably all authors have asked themselves and have been asked by new voices seeking to understand the craft: Should I study writing in an … Continue reading Ask the Author: Should I Study Writing at University or be Self-Taught?
Life, revisions, and going refined sugar-free has brought me down. So, this post is going to be fun. My inspiration? A recent blog from Jenn Gott (Author of The Private Life of Jane Maxwell and The Beacon Campaigns) caught my attention. All of Jenn’s fun facts about the making of Private Life were not only … Continue reading The Making of: Midnight