Release week is always “interesting”. There are things to do to prep for it. Promotions to work. Final tweaking of the book files and cover.
The last week or so has been anything but smooth sailing for traditional publishing. You could almost believe the success of Brandon Sanderson’s oh so
I don’t know about you, but I usually have a very difficult time getting back into the swing of things after a holiday. After all,
Just a quick post this morning. If you’ve been following my personal blog, you know I’m dealing with a shoulder injury that makes keyboarding “interesting”.
I’ve been head down, butt in chair for three weeks now working on a book that wasn’t planned, wasn’t even a glimmer of an idea
Over the last few days, I’ve been part of a discussion with some other writers in my area about publishing. Specifically, about whether or not