I have been talking a lot about indie publishing lately. Logical since that’s the tack I’ve taken with my novella. There’s not much room for argument that a well written novella can earn out more self-pubbed in e than it would in print. Joe Konrath is putting up pretty convincing numbers that suggest that regular […]
Well it’s New Year’s Eve. This year is almost over. This is the part where I go back and reflect on 2009’s resolutions. :goes to find them: Plot and write Hunted In Shadow. I am determined to finish another book in 2009. Done! Well, first draft anyway. I have also completed 2/3rds of a novella. […]
I have had the good fortune to get to know over the last year or two, indie writer Zoe Winters. Zoe is a vibrant, very very funny woman who is incredibly passionate about the indie publishing movement. Over time, we’ve had a lot of friendly conversations about her theories and methods and exactly why she’s […]
Well it’s here. 2009. 2008 went out with barely a whimper rather than a bang. Which is fine, really, as it wasn’t a wonderful year to begin with. I lost my grandfather and my dog within 4 months, and that sort of screwed the tone for the rest of the year. But 2009 should be […]
I wish I could say my lack of interesting posts has been because I’m being uber productive with my writing. Well, I’ve been doing a lot of work fleshing out my werewolf story (which I’m very very excited about), still puttering along with Til Death (which isn’t sucking, but I’m not on fire with it […]
For anybody who doesn’t know, my friend Zoe Winters‘ short story “A Safer Life” was selected out of several hundred contest entries for the Better Sex Erotic Fiction Contest. This round is decided by voters, so go check out “A Safer Life” and vote for Zoe!