I’m days away from being able to show you the cover of my upcoming fantasy anthology, THE LOST LEGENDS. You’re gonna love it. I’ve been gushing over the cover of for months, ever since Ryan Swindoll, book designer extraordinaire (and a darned good writer), showed me his design. Ever take one look at something and just know it’s right? The […]
Unless you think a magical marketing fairy is going to sprinkle pages of your book in everyone's homes, you're going to have to do the hustling yourself. Doesn't everyone know that? Apparently not.
I recently had a bad run in on Twitter. (Shocking. I know.) It started when I agreed with a guy. (Let's call him the Coffee Cup Marauder.) He said having an eclectic set of coffee mugs is nothing to be ashamed of (as opposed to making them all match in the cupboard, I guess) and, since I own a very impressive collection of mugs, I retweeted with a show of support...or...so I thought. The next time I logged on, me and the Coffee Cup Marauder were at war. In less than half an hour he'd attacked me (with those SCARY BIG LETTERS) and sicced his followers on my feed, because arranging the kitchen is serious business, y'all.
It's time the #writingcommunity showed its strength.
There's a right way to respond when the words won't come.
My inbox just burst open wide with the submissions for my upcoming fantasy anthology. The stories look great so far (I hope you don’t mind that there’s one from yours truly) and we’re getting excited about the art and design that’s coming along. I’ll have a cover reveal soon, as well as some other fun announcements, but for now just […]
For a few months I’ve been working quietly with authors, editors, and designers to put together an anthology of short fantasy stories, an anthology that readers will find to be very unique. Every writer I’ve met has had ideas that the industry just wouldn’t publish, even though the readers would love them. Maybe it’s because the stories are just too […]