First, I'd like to thank my incredible agent, Scott Miller at Trident Media. Yes! I never announced it over the summer because everything just hit all at once. In early July, I accepted offer of representation from Mr. Super Rock Star agent from an equally rock star agency and... are you ready? I just signed an … Continue reading I Can FINALLY Share the News!
Before we get started, I want to make it clear I'm not pro one way and con the other. I love both ebooks and print and I don't believe the love of one means the dislike of the other. Are we good? Good. Let's get on with it then. Recently, I bought an iPad … Continue reading The Future of the Printed Word
I don't normally make them. We all know we promise ourselves to do something and then we don't follow through. But this year, I broke my own resolution NOT to make a resolution. It started with the stress and the insomnia over the holidays with the new book release. Nothing with The Haunting Season has been … Continue reading A New Year’s Resolution
Here's a little something they didn't teach Harry during potions class at Hogwarts. Just pour BOTH into a large glass and stir. Oh, and it goes so much better with chocolate. It helps. Really.
Before we begin I think this piece needs a theme song. Why? Just because I love the beat and the attitude in the song and the title is just so close. Queue in George Thorogood's Who Do You Love? Okay. Now that you've shared in my classic rock fix, read on. Who should you trust? … Continue reading Who Do You Trust?
We never know which lives we influence, or when, or why. Not until the future eats the present, anyway. We know when it`s too late. ~Stephen King Dear Mr. King, We've never met, and probably never will. I'm just a small-time writer in Georgia and I've never been to Maine. In fact, odds are … Continue reading Dear Stephen King
It's early Monday morning as I write this, which means it's probably pre-caffeine time. I'm in super crunch mode to finish the draft of the work in progress, so not only will I be up late at night, I'll be at the keyboard early in the mornings, too. Which mean that this is an appropriate … Continue reading Monday, Monday
Yep. Me. Since October 2011, I've been posting a different story each week about an Indie Chick - 25 Independent Women, 25 Personal Stories. Each story is from an author in the anthology of the same title. Each story tells how we all got here - here being Indie Land. The road hasn't been easy, folks. … Continue reading Indie Chick: Me!
It's Sunday, and aside from it being Easter Sunday, it's also Indie Chick Sunday. So, pull up a chair, some candy, and meet Talia. Paper, Pen, and Chocolate “Mom!” a voice yelled from the other room. “Make her stop!” “I didn’t do anything!” another voice yelled before I could even get up to see what … Continue reading Indie Chick: Talia Jager
Another week, another story from one of the Indie Chicks: 25 Independent Women, 25 Personal Stories. This week, please welcome Julia Crane. Julia Crane Moving to the Middle East Separation was normal in my marriage. My husband was in the military, and usually gone six months a year. We had adapted quite well to … Continue reading Indie Chick: Julia Crane
Another week, another great story from another Indie Chick. This week, it's Carol Davis Luce who really knows her stuff when it comes to suspense. Here's Carol: SELF-TAUGHT LATE BLOOMER Carol Davis Luce My motto is, “If I can do it, anyone can do it.” I wasn’t born to write. I didn’t aspire to … Continue reading Indie Chick Carol Davis Luce
Sorry for the delay in posts, folks. I've been dealing with some family issues this week. Nothing serious. Just family. Y'all know the drill. Anyway, I'm back from my trip. Announcement: Contest winner for Laura Elliott's Transfer Student has been emailed. I'm waiting on a reply and will announce the winner tomorrow. Stay tuned! Okay. … Continue reading Indie Chick: Christine Kersey
It's Sunday, which means it's time for another inspiring story from one of the amazing Indie Chicks! This week, it's the super talented Mel Comley. Grab a cup of coffee and pull up a chair. You're going to want to read all about Mel. In the Summer 2011, I was approached by another writer Cheryl … Continue reading Indie Chick Mel Comley