Along this very long and incredible experience of the self publishing world I’ve discovered there is a lot to learn, teach, and to let go. Today, I want to tell you about my experience thus far with selling. Number One: Go where no one else will The first thing I wanted to do after writing… Continue reading Things I’ve noticed in the world of selling
Alas! I’ve completed my first draft of my new series! It only took me five times to rewrite it to have something a little more solid. Writing this story was a challenge. I went from loving to hating it back to loving it again. I switched perspectives, story lines, and character’s. It was a crazy… Continue reading First Drafts
Reading isn’t something I do often. Or ever. But the other day something stumbled into my lap. A very long time ago, I read a series by Lauren Kate. She’s a YA author who wrote my favorite fantasy series (it’s more my guilty pleasure because it is based on romance). Anyway, I loved her style… Continue reading Reading helped
After a lot of blood, sweat, and tears I present the Storm Trilogy. This story took me on a journey and I can only hope it does the same for readers. Endings are always bittersweet, but nothing every really ends 😉 Photo Credit: Charles C. Richer Thank you to Barnes and Nobles Morris Plains… Continue reading Bittersweet end
Writing new material has been a very long and tedious process. Each day seems like another battle. Every morning I wake up and hate what I’ve written from the day before and by nights end I like it until dawn breaks and I start all over again. I’m supposed to be working right now. Instead… Continue reading Connecting with the character
This week has been long and lacking in writing, however, I do have a surprise for any of you curious to see my face or ask me questions! I’ve been invited to join the Sidekicks In The City podcast here in Montreal! Woohoo!! Tomorrow at 8 pm you can join the live feed from facebook… Continue reading Surprise!
Recently I was a part of a panel for heroines in Urban Fantasy and one of the questions that kind of stumped most of the authors was a question about Mary Sue’s. For those of you who have never heard this term, here is the official definition: A Mary Sue is an idealized and seemingly… Continue reading Mary Sue