This afternoon, for the first time, I held printed evidence of my hopes, dreams and challenges as a debut author in my hands. All the days, weeks and months that I spent working on Resurgence; the self-doubt and panicking over the pitch, the query letter, the synopsis, the series outline for Blood of The Custodians; … Continue reading Unstoppable Today
It's hard to believe that The Day has finally come! Today my book baby that I have laboured over and tended with love and care, goes out into the big wide world. I love this book. Love the characters and their story. I have laughed with them, cried with them and at times wanted … Continue reading Release Day!
Isn’t it just B.E.A.YOOTIFUL!? I feel like I should be writing something clever for this post that’s full of words of wisdom, serious author stuff and catchy marketing words but … Come on, guys. Have you seen that cover!? No wonder Antara finds herself in deep water 😉 Over the coming weeks leading up to … Continue reading Cover Reveal!
Anyone who keeps up with industry news and devours every online article there is with regards to becoming a published author – Trad or Indie – will know that these days, an author is expected to have an online presence. Simple right? Yes, and no. I can't speak for other authors but will share my … Continue reading Socially Speaking
Yes! I got The Call! And, I got it on May 4th, a very auspicious day for a Star Wars geek such as myself. I am about a week and two days late with this blog post. BUT... So much has happened since then that my head has been spinning and my muse is drunk … Continue reading May The Fourth Be With You – and so it was!
A year ago yesterday, I began writing Resurgence as part of the April CampNanoWrimo challenge. And now here I am again, 2180 words into writing the second book, Rebellion, in what has become the Blood Of The Custodians series.
Having just read a short article written by Megan Frampton for The Verbs blog that offers advice and encouragement for authors, it got me to thinking about my own writing path. Much like Carrie Fisher quoted in the above article, my love of words began with a love of reading. I would read anything and everything I could get my … Continue reading That Novel Thing Called Writing