Monthly Archives: March 2014

What makes an author an indie?

I have only recently spent time thinking about the meaning of the word indie when applied to authors. Before I self-published, I heard more of traditional and self-published, and very little of the word indie. But, I keep hearing it

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Posted in on etceteras, on writing

A credible character arc? Or not?

Lately, I have had too many conversations debating writing a series. Far too many, really. On realizing just how many, I got nervous, the anxiety fueled by my quasi-writers’ block. I kept worrying – was it because I was not

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How I got my 1000 words back

I do not hold myself to writing regimens too much. For me, regimens don’t always work. It stifles my creative bursts and makes me more resistant to things I try to get done in the first place. So, I have

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Giveaway on Goodreads.com

Another giveaway at Goodreads.3 autographed copies up for grabs.

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Posted in on marketing, on my books

Ah! The beauty of illustrations

The thing I love best about being an indie author is the freedom. I have control over every creative step – deciding on formats, designing the ┬ácovers, directing the editing process. Yes, it is for the most part, a lot

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