Still Waiting on That Silver Lining

This is an Insecure Writer’s Support Group post. Once a month, authors from all over come together and post in a hop where it’s safe to admit that this writing job has its bad days. There will be listicles, support, and digital shoulders to lean on. To sign up for the hop yourself go here. AndContinue reading “Still Waiting on That Silver Lining”

Author Toolbox: Tell Me How to Show

This post is part of the author toolbox blog hop, created and hosted by Raimey Gallant. Click on the link to join in with over thirty other authors and receive their pearls of wisdom on a monthly basis. Do you know how to tell, at a glance, that you’re dealing with a new, inexperienced author?Continue reading “Author Toolbox: Tell Me How to Show”

Feminism, and Romance?

I’ve noticed a trend on several Bookstagram accounts I follow lately. It’s a good trend, and I am all for it. At the root, it’s all about making sure female authors have the same opportunity male authors do to be on your bookshelves and receive awards when it’s time for those literary trophies to beContinue reading “Feminism, and Romance?”

Can I Call Myself An Author Now?

Not much of a long wordy post today, I’m too busy doing a happy Muppet flail!   I’m thrilled to announce that my first ever book, Big Mistake, is now available! You can find it here on eXtasy Book’s website. Look at that pretty, shiny new cover. That’s right, an official link to an official eBook that IContinue reading “Can I Call Myself An Author Now?”

Books Reward the Bookworm

It’s the first Wednesday of the month and that means it’s time for the monthly blood & ink sacrifice to the shade of William Shakespeare! #authorlife #amwriting Haha, wait. *Double checks calendar* No, it’s Insecure Writer’s Support Group day. Sorry. We sacrifice on Saturdays. The Insecure Writer’s Support Group is all about being real withContinue reading “Books Reward the Bookworm”

One Good Way to Make Your Brain Leak Out Your Ears

Switching from the free (.wordpress.com) website to a self-hosted (.com) site has a lot of support. For starters, there are plenty of how-to articles with step by step instructions. There are YouTube videos. The self-hosting service I chose (Site Ground) works with WordPress so that computer illiterate people, like me, only have to push aContinue reading “One Good Way to Make Your Brain Leak Out Your Ears”