‘Marketing Strategy’ Typed on a Creased Page and a Flat Iron Smoothing It Over
September 30, 2021

If you think contracted authors have the upper hand on book marketing, think again. With each day that passes, publishing houses are scaling back their promotion budgets, leaving their writers with no choice but to create social media handles, blogs, and whatnot, to market their bibliography. In other words, self-published authors have as much of…

a book in a library
September 28, 2021

Every book reader has a favorite genre. However, only thriller readers know how exciting the reading experience can get once you start reading thrillers. While thrillers offer the perfect amount of suspense and entertainment, they’re also known for some unexpected benefits for most readers. Read on to learn how reading thrillers can benefit you.

June 11, 2021

Of course I’m a good writer….why would I invest three years of my life trying to get my work recognized,…spend several thousand dollars on “training”……and sell eleven books? Well, I’ll tell you why; I was a novice to this industry and didn’t know the difference between excellent packaged hustles, and sincere, reasonable, guidance with no…

August 9, 2017

Hi. Today’s blog is about creating an outline, which is real important because it will help you keep your book in balance, give it structure, and provide boundaries for the plot, subplots and character arcs. Before we dig into the outline….   There are three major sections to an outline: the conflict, central theme, and…

Welcome to my musings! I’m an author who loves to write novels and short stories that you can read on-the-go. When I’m not holed up writing, you can find me in my garden or at my piano.