i’ve hit the Big Time.

That's right, folks.  I'm Big Enough (or little enough?) to get plagiarized. Someone, and I won't name names at this moment (because I have already lodged a copyright infringement complaint with Amazon and I'm hoping this plagiarized book will be taken down soon), has taken the entire text of The Madman and thrown it up … Continue reading i’ve hit the Big Time.

Scavengers is out! And Camp Nanowrimo win!

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!

new year’s resolution and 2013 stats

This year's resolution is to write 500 words a day - that's 1/3 of what I normally churn out a day during Nanowrimo, which makes it much more attainable.  I have several other writing-related goals for 2014: to finish and publish Dreamwalkers to finalize the print edition of Hitchhikers and offer a giveaway or two … Continue reading new year’s resolution and 2013 stats

reviews! and a comparison of KDP & Smashwords

A couple reviews of The Art Kids can be found on the blogs Offbeat YA and Joana in the Sky with Books!  If you are a big fan of Christopher Pike, definitely check out Offbeat YA - she's reviewed a bunch of his books. You may have noticed that I finally got Hitchhikers up on … Continue reading reviews! and a comparison of KDP & Smashwords

freebie weekend, and hello from camp!

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!

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.