Enemy of the Fae is here!

Enemy of the Fae is here!

I’m tickled to announce that the official release day for ENEMY OF THE FAE has finally arrived! Before I get into horn-tooting and celebrating, though, let’s find out who won the free e-copies in my newsletter giveaway: NEWSLETTER GIVEAWAY WINNERS:   atst****@gmail.com(TN, USA) Bobby G. (PA, USA) dr.gee***@gmail.com (MP, India) Leslie A. (OH, USA) Len L. (UK) I’ve...

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A Weekend of Moo

A Weekend of Moo

Sometimes it’s important for me to clear my head. I can get so caught up in the writing and publishing process that I lose all perspective. Things are easier on this front now that a Certain Highlander is working a 9-5 job. It’s been years since either of us did that (we’ve been freelancing for about a decade or more), but I’ve come to appreciate certain things about that...

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Hiring a Freelance Editor

Hiring a Freelance Editor

Recently my beloved editor L.J. Sellers told me she could no longer take in freelance work. As her own novels have exploded in popularity, it has grown more and more difficult (and less profitable) for her to take time out of her schedule to edit for someone else. I completely understand. I too don’t take on editing anymore, except for existing clients. I lucked out when I found L.J....

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Year One

Year One

Two days ago was the first anniversary of one of the most momentous days of my life, my first publication date. (I missed making a fuss on the actual day because I was neck-deep in working on Enemy of the Fae, and honestly, I forgot. Heh.) Yep, a year ago, on April 4th, Ordinary Angels was released by a small press. This was before things went (sadly) south with that publisher and before I...

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Promospam – How and Why NOT TO

Promospam – How and Why NOT TO

Along with the digital revolution and the advent of social networking came spam. If people figure out a way to communicate, some of those people will want tomake money from it. Being self-employed, I too have to look at finding ways to market my books. But I really don’t use Facebook and Twitter to sell my books for quite a few reasons, but the biggest of which is this: Promospam is bloody...

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A New Plan

A New Plan

Well, it’s the beginning of 2012, and it’s the time for reflection on the past year and looking forward to the new. I don’t do yearly resolutions (I find it more useful to do them on a daily basis), but suddenly I find myself looking years into the future. I guess running a business will do that to a girl. As I did last year, I want to share where I am, a bit about my plans,...

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