I’m working on new projects (yay!), but having a difficult time finding a cover artist to do my chick-lit cover. I’ve searched, and searched, and I’m finding a strange thing linking the artists whose work I like – they are all rather snitty and unfriendly (boo!). Perhaps it’s just been an off week for everybody, or they don’t realize how
If you’ve been following along, you know I published Immoral: Tales of a Vampire Hunter on the 16th. I’d intended to put it out October 25th and had a very organized and pretty calendar of tasks I wanted to complete before the release date. Long story short, I screwed up and sent my baby out into the world. And . . .
So, I accidentally published IMMORAL: Tales of a Vampire Hunter, Book One a month early. Hear that sound? That’s the noise my head makes when it’s bashed against my desk. See, I had a marketing plan and spreadsheets, and all sorts of reasons why I needed to wait to publish my first self-published effort until October. I’ve been published many
I’m wrapping up my first self-published book this weekend, handling the business end of things. It’s been a long journey that all started here, with a short story called VACANCY, that I posted on my blog. As I tend to do, I finished the story with an ending that, while complete, still left something to reader’s imaginations. And, boy did