My two companions novels, Bethany Caleb and The Art Kids, will both be available for free this weekend, July 13-14! (Of course, these are both always free for Amazon Prime members). Also available are the print editions of both books. So the long holiday weekend totally decimated my word count, but I am still writing … Continue reading freebie weekend, and hello from camp!
Tag: Bethany Caleb
look what i got in the mail today!
Today only (June 1st), my two novels are free on Amazon: If you do download & read, I would love if you could post a review on Amazon or Goodreads!
in other news…
In self-publishing news... My very first novel, Bethany Caleb, is now available! So is The Art Kids! It's ridiculously easy to publish a book on Kindle. Too easy. Have I made a mistake? Are there typos? Probably... It's a scary thing to send your creations out there. While in the privacy of my own home … Continue reading in other news…
I FOUND IT!
Of course I did. After stressing about having to reconstruct the whole novel... I thought I had already tried getting my Bethany Caleb off my old floppies last year, and all I had was an incomplete draft (draft 9). But lo and behold, when I inserted the floppy this time, it told me the disk … Continue reading I FOUND IT!
rewriting what has already been written
After losing a good portion of the final draft of Bethany Caleb (I've got 27 pages of roughly 100), I've been attempting to reconstruct it... and it's almost harder than writing it the first time. I found a handwritten copy of Bethany's school schedule, so I've been trying to piece together her one day at … Continue reading rewriting what has already been written
my novel is lost… most of it, anyway.
After searching through several flash drives, I finally found several drafts of my first novel, Bethany Caleb, which I am considering self-publishing in advance of Hitchhikers. More as a test of the whole self-publishing system, but also because I still love that story and found an awesome image to make a cover with! However, none … Continue reading my novel is lost… most of it, anyway.