The Truth About the Spin-Offs

I recently read this fantastic post by the fabulous Kristen Ashley, in which she describes why it’s okay to read outside the genre or subgenre you usually read. I LOVE this post. I don’t just mean I love brilliant Kristen Ashley (which I do, and whose books I absolutely adore and own in ebook, paperback, […]

Goals & Future Publishing Schedule

Now that I’ve published Ripple, the second in the Seaside Valleria series, I wanted to give you a quick look and what’s coming up next. I wrote a little bit about it in this post, and I gave my newsletter subscribers a few more details, so I’m sharing them here now, too. Every year around […]

New Release! (and Vision Boards – Planning Post 5)

Before we continue with my series on planning, let’s celebrate a new release! Ripple, Persy & Sully’s story, the second in my Seaside Valleria series, is out now! Amazon: http://geni.us/SV2AZ iBooks: http://geni.us/SV2iBooks Nook: http://geni.us/SV2Nook Kobo: http://geni.us/SV2Kobo Google: http://geni.us/SV2Google Goodreads: http://geni.us/SV2Goodreads Her voice was a rough whisper. “Sometimes I feel like I’ll never have peace.” He reached up to cup her cheek. […]

Other Planners & Products – Planning Post 4

Yesterday I talked about my planning essentials and the tools I always use. Today, I’ll talk about other planners and products that I use or have tried. Some people search for that one planner that has everything they need. I actually look for the opposite. I like having separate planners for separate things (e.g., one […]

Planning Essentials – Planning Post 3

Yesterday, I talked about some of the digital planning and project management tools I use. Today I’ll start talking about paper planning. #PlannerPeace is something that’s hard to find, but I’ve gotten pretty close with my main planner. This planner is the one I use to help me plan personal stuff (everything from doctor’s appointments […]

Digital Project Management – Planning Post 2

Yesterday, I kicked off my series on planning by talking about how I plan out my writing schedule at a high-level. Today, I’ll talk about digital tools I use to help me plan and keep track of all of the many low-level, specific details. Publishing a book (whether self-published like mine currently are, traditionally published […]