I’ve actually got a career background in marketing and sales courtesy of various day jobs over the years, and that’s really come in handy with the writer stuff. But it’s also a complete pain in the ass. Part of the reason I don’t work in marketing and sales anymore is that while I was really good at it, I. Hate. It.
I’m in the construction phase of the latest story, and that involves multiple outlines in multiple formats, snippets of scenes written down as they come into my head, lists with… Read more My Bazillion Outlines →
His life was out there, and he reveled in it. Nothing could match the freedom of the open sea and the sun on his sails. #1lineWed From: TRAVELER Topic: “Freedom”
I’ve made no secret of my deep and abiding love for all things Bradbury. The man could paint with words like Michelangelo. He was amazing. Today, I’m going to share… Read more Favorites Friday – Ray Bradbury Was A Master →
I’m working on one of the funnest parts of the book (at least when you publish with Swoon) – the extras! In my extras for TRAVELER, I added a recipe… Read more Oh, The Little Extras . . . →
Today is an auspicious day! TRAVELER now has 50 reviews on Amazon! Cue the confetti! This is it, the world is my oyster!! Actually, it just means I have one… Read more Reviews, Reviews, Reviews – I Love ‘Em! →
As I’ve mentioned, I’ve had the battle of the books running through my brain lately. It started out as three different stories picking at my grey matter, then I dropped… Read more And With One Line, It’s Decided →
TRAVELER has gone through many revisions on its road to being a published novel. A lot of is was polished and re-arranged, and two subplots were cut completely. One of… Read more TRAVELER Deleted Scene: Jessa Had A Secret →