This is a short break from my blog hiatus. Recently, one of my fellow authors invited me to help out with an online book launch via Facebook. After I shoved my nervousness aside, I enjoyed every moment of it. E. Rose Sabin, the author of the newly released, The Twisted Towers, dedicated a lot of pre-planning, planning, … Continue reading Peek-a-Boo! My Involvement in The Twisted Towers Book Launch
Category: Stigma of Self-Publishing
2017 Year-End Reflection AND 10 Reasons Why I Plan on 2018 Being Even Better!
Soon, the year 2018 will roll on in. Looking back to all that I've accomplished, in spite of the struggle and medical hardships (yup, maybe I'll share that someday), I can finally admit that I'm amazed and proud of myself. Before I sat down to type this post, I had to think back on every … Continue reading 2017 Year-End Reflection AND 10 Reasons Why I Plan on 2018 Being Even Better!
What Do Recurring Themes Say About You as a Writer?
According to HowStuffWorks.com, Many people have the same or a similar dream many times, over either a short period of time or their lifetime. Recurring dreams usually mean there is something in your life you've not acknowledged that is causing stress of some sort. ... In this case, the dreams tend to lessen with time. I've had recurring dreams, but the … Continue reading What Do Recurring Themes Say About You as a Writer?
How Million Yen Women Inspired My Revised Author Wish List!
On Twitter, I discovered this hashtag: #MSWL. For those of you who don't know, it stands for Manuscript Wish List. There's even a website dedicated to this where agents and editors can share with writers what kind of manuscripts they specifically want in their inboxes! Groovy, baby. Just groovy. As a writer, I've always had … Continue reading How Million Yen Women Inspired My Revised Author Wish List!
Had I But Known . . . Or, You Wrote it, Now Sell It!
According to Mr. Wikipedia, "'Had I but known' is a form of foreshadowing that hints at some looming disaster in which the main character laments his or her course of action that came before some other series of unfortunate events or actions and classically, the narrator never makes explicit the nature of the mistake until both the narrator … Continue reading Had I But Known . . . Or, You Wrote it, Now Sell It!