This one is an off-the-cuff hodgepodge episode in which I talk about my NaNo progress, how my writing style has changed and coping with it, the lack of sales, and venting a bit about AMS ads and author advice to spend money you don’t have.
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!
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!
Catching up on what’s been going on for the last NINE months, including the name change, the launch of the video version, the launch of At Week’s End, and more! After that, it’s discussing my goals for the first quarter of 2019, and where I’m aiming to go going forward.
Opening up my Going Indie series of episodes by introducing said series, before launching into the main topic: the differing paths of being a traditionally published or indie author, the costs and earnings associated with each and how to choose which one is right for you.
After almost two months away from the “air”, I get a bit emotional talking about October, then move on to my contemplations of “my why” and the future of my books. Due to the long stretch between episodes, I also tacked on my first NaNo 2016 update, pathetic though it […]
Camp Nano ended in abject failure and I contemplate the future of the Maid Maleen project before discussing my hastily done promo for Aisuru. While the sales were pitiful, the ROI was great, though still a disappointment. Which leads into my last topic: where things stand with Girl in the […]