Writing For My Tribe

Since the release of All the Broken Pieces early in May, I’ve contacted a whole bunch of review sites requesting a review for the book. The way it works, generally, is that each site has a group of regular reviewers. When an author requests a review, the details are...
Following the Muse

Following the Muse

When I first started writing, I read books on writing craft by the dozen. After I decided to be an indie publisher I did the same with books on publishing and book marketing. One of the first pieces of advice I came across, which actually came from the traditional...

My Writerly Love for Pinterest

As a writer of fiction, keeping my creative juices flowing is way up there near the top of my list of priorities. I use a variety of methods to do this. Staring off into the distance while daydreaming about scenes from my books is a favourite. And you all know by now...
The Princess and the Minimalist in Me

The Princess and the Minimalist in Me

“What is your book about?” Knowing the answer to this question is of supreme importance when you’re writing a book, and yet it’s one I usually dread. Attempting to sum up an entire book, especially one that’s still being written, in one sentence generally leads to...