In a departure from my usual blah-blah-blahing about book things, I’d like to take a minute and inject a little humor into the THEY DID WHAT? discussion on this topic today. [Read more…]
Today is your last Teaser Tuesday before the ebook release of Evolution: HEX, the final installment of the Evolution series. I’m kinda a little bit sad about this. I know it’s not goodbye, but this is the last time I’ll do this for this series. SAD PANDA.
But anyway, this week I’m giving you not only the two teaser images I’ve already released on social media, but a brand new one as well. PLUS! Plus, I’m going to show you the acca-mazing prizes you can enter to win during the 3-week series blog tour beginning on July 7th!
This is one busy lady, you guys! Something I can totally relate to. :)
Today, I’m presenting the cover for Pippa Jay Green’s new Science Fiction Romance novella, coming from Breathless Press on July 25th, 2014. [Read more…]
So, here’s the thing about me. I love being able to show support to the wonderful folks that support me. Today, on the cover reveal day for the final installment in the Evolution series, I am going to point you to the singular blog where you can find the cover for Evolution: HEX.
I’m privileged to know some really fantastic people. Last year at UtopYA, I had the pleasure of meeting a man who was not only a nice, supportive, welcoming person, but an author as well. Today, I get to show you the cover for his newest novel, Witch Hunter Olivia, releasing in July this year.
Today is the cover reveal for the Nogiku series by SJ Pajonas. This cover reveal will be for the following books: Revealed: Part One (Nogiku series #0.1), Removed (Nogiku series #1), Released (Nogiku series #2) and Reunited (Nogiku series #3). This cover reveal is organized by Lola’s Blog Tours.
At Balticon this past weekend I was part of one of the very last panels of the con. The audience was tiny, which was to be expected for a panel taking place the last day of the con, but I thought you might like to hear my thoughts on the subject.
The title of the panel was “How Hard Can It Be? Jumping Out of Genre,” and was actually one of my suggested ideas this year. Over the last few years, my writing has been all over the place, and I wondered if other authors had experienced some of the strangeness I feel when I talk about writing in multiple genres, or how scary that can be, especially if you don’t know if your audience will follow you.
So, back in January, I decided that 2014 would be my Year of No Queries. Admittedly, it’s been a hard habit to break, but, so far I’ve only slipped twice, that being responding to a reply to a query I’d sent out last year (which I reluctantly backed away from), and a what-the-hell Twitter pitch I threw out that I immediately regretted doing. Anyway, I embarked on this year with a little hypothesis I wanted to test.
The idea was that rapidly releasing books would make a large impact on my career as an author.