What I’m happy about this week: my Indie covers.
These are the Indie titles I’ve released, re-released, or re-covered since September of last year. I have been a busy little bee lately! It’s important to me to constantly improve what I publish, and I’ve been learning tons of things I want to put to good use for my readers ❤
Hi, everybody! I have another surprise for you. The cover reveal for Resident Alien! You can see it in the rest of this post…or on Amazon 😀
That’s right, Resident Alien is already available for pre-order! And I have more news from The Department of Homeworld Security series for you.
I’ve been known to get a sunburn within minutes when I go outside at the wrong time of year. Living in Florida for several years when I was a tween made it challenging for me to spend time outside. During one of those years, I decided that I was going to read 300 books. That would fill my time and keep me occupied indoors.
What I’m happy about this week: taking a moment to reflect.
Greetings, everyone! I’m excited to report that the Department of Homeworld Security series is now entirely in my hands (queue lightning and maniacal laughter). I’m going Indie with this series, which means more novellas coming your way 😀
Before I can get those new stories written, I want to be sure the first three are back out in the world as soon as possible. First, of course, is Gray Card! And I have a surprise for you… Continue reading
What I’m happy about this week: practicing patience.
What I’m happy about this week: new beginnings.
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Tagged Beauty, Nature
With February drawing to a close, I’m looking toward the future for my writing and excited about so many possibilities. The most exciting one? I’m going Indie with The Department of Homeworld Security series!
What I’m happy about this week: the greening earth.
I sometimes fixate on numbers that are not constructive to my writing. Rankings and ratings, views and followers.
This data can be helpful. It can give me valuable insight into how best to connect with my readers. Marketing is all about connecting books with the right people. But ultimately, I can’t control any of those numbers. Continue reading