Last month I attended my first SCBWI conference in Springfield, MA. It was an amazing experience. I attended workshops facilitated by well-known writers, listened to inspiring keynote speakers, and also had a chance to meet with an agent to critique my query letter and an editor to critique my manuscript. I was most nervous about … Continue reading what I’ve been up to
I was so ambitious when I planned for the third Wolf Point prequel to be released May 1. Quite honestly, I don't know what I was thinking, because I had planned to write the rough draft during April's Camp Nanowrimo. Like when I wrote The Madman, the rough draft was not in fact completed by … Continue reading editing time!
Finally, it's done! I managed to publish the Kindle edition on the actual date I had planned for the release (April 30), and it should be available over at Smashwords (and then at Barnes & Noble, iBooks, etc.) shortly! If anyone is interested in a free digital copy of Scavengers to review, please contact me via email … Continue reading Scavengers is out! And Camp Nanowrimo win!
As April winds to an end, I find myself in the midst of two things: finishing up my story for Camp Nanowrimo, and preparing Scavengers for release later this week! Currently I'm at around 18,500 words in "The Madman," which will be a second Wolf Point prequel novella. I only need to write about 500 … Continue reading a week of writing and revising
This year Camp Nanowrimo is already making me do great things. I finished the rough draft of Scavengers (YAY! You can even see that it's moved from my Works in Progress to Novels!) because I needed it to be finished before I started camp. I had a whole 2 days to spare, and I decided to use them … Continue reading hi-ho it’s off to camp i go