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A Big Thing Happened  (plus an awesome #giveaway)

A Big Thing Happened (plus an awesome #giveaway)

February 5, 2016 1:51 am / Uncategorized / 2 comments

Yesterday the USA Today Bestseller list was announced for the last week in Janurary. To my absolute shock (no seriously) the Happily Ever Alpha Collection was #117! Although I love charts and numbers and graphs and collecting data I never really thought I’d hit one of these lists. I’m not […]

 

Kindle Unlimited Updates

February 3, 2016 2:43 pm / Uncategorized / no comments

This is a little different from my normal KU tracking date. If you’d like to see my last one look HERE. As I said then, I expected my January KU reads and personal sales to be down a bit (seasonal–pretty standard) they were but to be fair, KU was still […]

 

Author Advice: Beating the Block

January 28, 2016 12:12 am / Uncategorized / no comments

So I may not be able to tell you how to sell a million books (or maybe I can?) but I can help you figure out how to write a book. Or ten. Completing a project has never been my problem. Also, I’ve never really struggled with “writers block.” Sure, […]

 

Not Your Mama’s Fairy Tales… #newrelease #collection #oneclick

January 26, 2016 2:33 pm / Uncategorized / no comments

Happily Ever Alpha When Once Upon a Time isn’t Enough. $0.99 PreOrder Price Guarantee Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Kobo | iBooks *** Limited Edition Paranormal Romance Boxed Set 22 New York Times, USA Today, and Amazon Bestselling Authors. 21 of today’s hottest, most sought-after titles. Yours for only $0.99. Fourteen HOT paranormal […]

 

The Fifth Wave: You Can’t Un-Ring A Bell (Review and Commentary)

January 26, 2016 1:56 am / Uncategorized / no comments

You can find the original blog post for this at Paperdroids, which you should follow because it’s an amazing all female, geektastic blog.   Review: CONTAINS SPOILERS, OKAY?     One of my favorite recent dystopian novels is The Fifth Wave by Rick Yancey. I picked it up on a whim […]

 
Accepting Limitations

Accepting Limitations

January 22, 2016 12:23 am / Uncategorized / 2 comments

When the new year rolled around I kept seeing all the memes about changing this or changing that or NOT changing this or not changing that, and Getting Off Our Lawns or Don’t Steal My Wine kind of talk. I see little comments all the time about “One day I’ll…” […]

 
Relief and Sobs

Relief and Sobs

January 18, 2016 6:34 pm / Uncategorized / 2 comments

Is that how you should feel when you’re nearing the end of a book series? Probably. It probably describes it perfectly. I started the jouney of Creature of Habit in 2008. Somehow, in the strangest way, I’m at the tail end of closing it in 2016. I never thought I […]

 
Characterizaton: My Favorite One, The Unrepentant A##hole

Characterizaton: My Favorite One, The Unrepentant A##hole

January 12, 2016 8:53 pm / Uncategorized / 2 comments

I’ve discussed writing (or reading) flawed characters on here before. It’s probably one of my favorite writing topics. You know I think Katniss is kind of a pain in the ass and I’m not sure she deserves all the “hero” credit she gets. I mean, I guess she’s a reluctant […]

 

Consumer Power, Author Responsiblity & WHY Reviews Matter–By Kristen Lamb

January 9, 2016 10:15 pm / Uncategorized / 1 comment

I just discovered Kristen Lamb’s blog. She’s good, guys. She gets this business. I’m happy to have a rabbit hole to go down and I’m happy to hear she approves of reblogging, which is not something I’m super familiar with. If you want to read the original blog go HERE. […]

 
Weekly Update

Weekly Update

January 8, 2016 5:02 pm / Uncategorized / 1 comment

*I started the most interesting book this week. It’s called American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America If you have any interest in current politics, why people are the way we are (regionally), why we vote the way we do, why we learn the […]

 
 
 
 

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