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
Thanks to Kindle's new Matchbook program, if you buy a print copy of The Art Kids or Bethany Caleb, you can get a free download of the ebook editions! From what I've read this is retroactive so if you have previously bought print editions you'll be able to get the free download now. Also, until October 5th, … Continue reading Kindle Matchbook
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
(and also a reminder: my two novels, Bethany Caleb and The Art Kids, are both free on Amazon all weekend!) After the July 4th holiday kicked my ass, word-count-wise, I'm sorta back on track with Camp Nanowrimo. At least, I wrote almost twice the daily recommended word count on Sunday, and have been able to … Continue reading catching up
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!
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 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…
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.