Villainy and Proximity

The second Forbidden Knights book is half-finished, and I have this nagging feeling that it needs a different villain. That's not a revelation you want to have halfway through a novel (though it's better than having it when you're at the end, I suppose 😉 ). I thought at first that I was just feeling... Continue Reading →

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To Nano, or Not to Nano

It's that time of year again, when all my writer friends are having crazy fun getting started with NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). I always feel a pull to join them, and this year is no different. It's also the same in that I'm in the middle of a big piece that I really need... Continue Reading →

Creative Endeavors

I've heard people say, "Writing begets writing" (if you know the origin of this excellent quote, please let me know in the comments!). I find this to be absolutely true. For me, writing doesn't just lead to more writing. It leads to more creativity in general. Traveling along the writer's path, I've learned so many... Continue Reading →

In My Hands

There is nothing like holding one of my books in my hands. The smooth texture of the paper, the scent of the ink, and the weight of all those words in tangible form gives me one of the strongest senses of joy and accomplishment I've ever experienced. For as long as I can remember, I've... Continue Reading →

One More Novella for 2017

I have one more short, sexy, Scifi cover reveal for 2017! The seventh novella in The Department of Homeworld Security series is releasing on September 12. That means it's time to reveal the cover and title 😀 Ready? Ta-da! I love how this cover turned out. My newsletter readers got a sneak peek over the... Continue Reading →

Focusing on Happiness—Week Forty-Eight

What's making me happy this week: getting a new book ready for print! But which cover will it be... You'll have to wait to find out! 😀 It's been really fun talking to readers about it, though ❤ I hope your creative projects are bringing you happiness as well!

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