Do I believe in myself? Do I believe in my writing? These are questions I've been contemplating for a while. I've made a few investments in my dreams, but most of the risks I've taken have been carefully calculated. I've weighed every expenditure and for the most part, I've hardly spent any money on my books … Continue reading Do You Believe in You?
I'm excited to announce the release of Sweet Sorrow, a novel for young adults. Sweet Sorrow is more than a simple love story between two teens. It also delves into some deeper issues that affect women of all ages. Here's the blurb: Rowan achieves her greatest desire when she earns the part of Juliet in … Continue reading New Release! Sweet Sorrow is now on #Kindle
As authors, we often hear about the importance of social media. We're supposed to establish a presence on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Tsu, Pinterest, Tumblr, Reddit, and other sites I probably have never heard of. Overwhelmed yet? I am. The idea of being in all these places is daunting, especially if you're new to social media … Continue reading When you can’t be everywhere
Hello, everyone! It's me again with another author advice post. Warning: This post isn't for everyone. If you're an author who finds etiquette posts tiresome, this post isn't for you. If you're already an expert on book marketing, this post will probably seem pretty basic, but I hope you'll read on and add your advice in the … Continue reading Author Etiquette for Contacting Book Bloggers
Facebook. It can be a fun social tool, an addictive time-sucker, or both. It can also be a useful part of your author platform. If you're like me, you probably didn't come into the world of social media knowing exactly what to do and how to do it. And I'll bet you didn't learn Facebook … Continue reading Facebook Etiquette for Authors