With National Novel Writing Month just around the corner, it seemed like a good time to discuss what we actually mean by the terms pantser, plotter, and plantser, and which one is best for writers.
Today I’m answering 15 questions about hobbies, dreams, life, reading, and writing!
Broken Wing is now available in ebook, paperback, and hardback! So of course, it’s time to talk a bit more about it and give you a sneak peek of the story!
Overall, I did really well on my goals for the second quarter. So well, in fact, I only fully failed part of goal 1: while I read WAY more than 50 books, I did not manage to read 5 non-manga titles (just 3 with 1 in progress). The sleep restriction […]
I jerked back to attention, turning my focus back to the screen in front of me. The pixels danced in my vision, refusing to form coherent shapes until my eyes reluctantly did their task of bringing things into focus. The blurs merged into proper words, characters really, the combinations of […]
I realized I never did a reading of At Week’s End for the podcast! So let’s rectify that with a reading of the first two chapters.
Exciting Broken Wing updates plus I’ll talk about using IngramSpark for print distribution, including the why’s and why not’s and the how’s. Spoiler alert, I totally think you should!
Time for my first goal check in for 2019! How did I do the first quarter, what’s on tap for the second? I’m also introducing my quarterly number check in!
On the good side, I did excellently on my goals for The Lackadaisical Writer and exceeded my goals for Broken Wing! Though I also admit, I could have done even better with the latter, had I not stalled out on Kingdom Hearts III 😳 I was not able to accomplish […]
When I first released Aisuru in 2015, it was as a standalone novel. Likewise, Deviations came out February 14, 2016, also as a standalone novel. Then in July, I decided to package the two books, along with the upcoming At Week’s End (then Girl in the Forest) into a series. […]