Today, I was supposed to post something about my favorite TV shows. But this morning, I changed my mind because on July 20, at 9am, Chester Bennington from Linkin Park was discovered dead in his home. He had committed suicide on what would have been Chris Connell 53rd birthday. Continue reading
On July 1, I decided to participate in Camp Nano. I had done it a few times in the past, but this time around, I was just not planning to do it because I was planning on starting to write book six on July 15. Things worked out better than I anticipated and on the day of July 1, I signed up for it.
I sat in front of my computer, looking at the screen for a long long time, before I even came up with words for this blog post. What in the world can I talk to you about? What do I have to say?
I know, I know, I don’t post nearly as often as I should… but now I have something fun for you:
A YA Scavenger Hunt!
September 13 is a very special day for me: It’s the day Damen came into my life.
I have wanted to share this with you for so, so long, but I had to wait for the official release.
So, here it is! The cover of my first book. Continue reading
Behind the book cover, there is always the picture. And to have a picture, you need a photographer. In my case, I got lucky. I had John E. Faught! Continue reading
I struggled with this blog post.
I struggled because it has been 4 days and I’m still trying to put my head around what happened at the photoshoot for the book covers of the six books of my Grey Eyes Series. All those wonderful moments I want to savor and keep to myself… Continue reading
As I am establishing myself as an independently published author, I had to learn some hard and valuable lessons. One of which is that writing for publication is not just putting words on a page and having them edited and ready to published.
Writing for publication is a business. Continue reading
Writing a book – well a series in my case – is a great adventure. It demands patience, ideas, more patience, and dedication. But writing the book is sometimes not the hardest part.
Setting the author platform is. Continue reading