Indie-Publishing 411: Chat with Vania and KT–Beta Readers and Editing

Thanks for joining us for our second chat of this series. KT and I chatted about beta readers and editing. Enjoy! Vania Margene Rheault You've written Down to Sleep, and it's been slightly edited and with a couple betas. What has been your biggest surprise so far? KT Daxon My biggest surprise so far has … Continue reading Indie-Publishing 411: Chat with Vania and KT–Beta Readers and Editing

I’m Going to be a Bad, Bad, Girl . . .

Since I've already gotten all my presents from Santa, I'm going to be a little naughty in 2018. I'm going to be decadent, give in to my desires. I'm going to go against everything I've ever preached on this blog. I'm going to genre-hop. I know. I'm sorry. There are so many reasons not to … Continue reading I’m Going to be a Bad, Bad, Girl . . .

Indie Book Reviews: My Unpopular Opinion

There's been a lot of talk lately about writing indie book reviews. You know, it's a kind thing to do, you're giving the book a bump in the Amazon algorithms. You see it everywhere on Twitter: support an author, leave a review. And I'll be honest, when I jumped into the indie world, I read … Continue reading Indie Book Reviews: My Unpopular Opinion

It’s Beginning to Look a lot like . . . Something the Cat Dragged in

I've been blogging close to nothing these past few weeks. I've been sick, but not like, a flu/head cold/stomach bug thing that wouldn't go away. I've had an infection in the cartilage of my nose, and while the pain has been annoying and uncomfortable, it's been the antibiotics that have made me feel off for … Continue reading It’s Beginning to Look a lot like . . . Something the Cat Dragged in

To Query or Not to Query

When I talk to people about my publishing plans for my next couple of books, people ask me if I’ll ever query and try for a traditionally published deal. I always say, “No, I’m not writing anything queryable right now.” People can take that a lot of different ways, and mostly that sounds like I … Continue reading To Query or Not to Query