Tag Archives: writing

I feel like I have my head at least halfway screwed on now.

Seriously. Moving is a total pain in the ass. And with our closing it felt like being shot out of a cannon. We had a 30 day closing. When I tell people that their eyes bug out of their heads. When we started this whole process we didn’t do anything for the first two weeks… Continue Reading

CURSE OF STARS is now out!

And what a hell of a road it’s been. And a hell of a month for that matter. Between closing on a house (we’re buying a house! closing on the 28th OMG), the release of my book, studying for a designation exam (on Tuesday, just took the practice exam and got an 85 boom! only… Continue Reading

It’s crazy marketing time!

Fourteen days until CURSE OF STARS is officially released and I’m kind of losing my mind! The blitz, put on my Xpresso Book Tours, was all this week and is just wrapping up today. Check out my Twitter feed because I’ve been reblogging blitz stops as they come up. You’ll definitely want to check them… Continue Reading

The beat goes on.

And on. And on. I’ve been lazy and haven’t sent any queries out to bloggers this weekend. It’s truly a long list to email and it’s a hell of a daunting task. I’m just being slow with it. Plus the response, or lack thereof, hasn’t been all that encouraging either. That I know I shouldn’t… Continue Reading

When I’m perfectly okay being rated and other publishing updates.

Last month I entered CURSE OF STARS in the BookLife Prize in Fiction put on by Publisher’s Weekly BookLife, their indie-focused information arm. The contest closed on the 30th. I think I got mine in on the 29th. I’m nothing if not punctual. I stressed on the rating for maybe a day. I went through… Continue Reading

Pre-Orders and Stuff

I’m writing my blog post early so I don’t forget to do it! Yay! Since the last time I posted here was the beginning of the month I’ve become pretty forgetful. I guess not so much forgetful. I shouldn’t bag on myself for that. Just preoccupied. My weekends have been filled more and more with… Continue Reading