Category Archives: Fiction

The Many Dangers of Publishing Too Soon.

The Many Dangers of Publishing Too Soon. This is a subject I’ve touched on before, but a recent experience has convinced me to devote an entire blog post to it. I bought an e-book, the first of a series, because … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Romance Sale!

If you’re looking for a new romance read, here’s a bunch for your perusal. Some are new releases, and some (including my Descending) are on sale for $.99 from now until the 14th. Check them out! 1) Marilyn Vix Genre: … Continue reading

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Wyrd House Kindle Scout Campaign Begins!

It’s time! After ages of prep, my paranormal mystery, Wyrd House, is up on Kindle Scout. What it means: Kindle Scout is an Amazon program where anyone can enter a novel and have a chance to get it published by … Continue reading

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In Defense of Fanfic

In the world of fiction writing, fanfiction seems to be the red-headed stepchild. Despite the fact that there are published books of authorized fanfic (like every Star Trek or Star Wars novel ever published) as well as fanfic that has … Continue reading

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Writing News- Book three is finished!

Last night, I finished my third novel, Descending. Huzzah! Descending is a shorter (62k) romance that I intend to send straight out to a publisher. Not one of the big 5, but a smaller publisher with a good reputation. Hopefully … Continue reading

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Update News- Wyrd House

My paranormal romance, Wyrd House, has been updated at last! Chapter eleven can be found here. Sorry for the long delay between chapters. As I have mentioned before, the new job and some work on Ghost in the Park slowed … Continue reading

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Our definition of “contemporary” is out of date

A thread on my favorite writer forum, Absolute Write’s Water Cooler, reminded me of something that I’ve been questioning myself.  Our culture seems very slow to re-qualify what constitutes terms such as “classic” and “historical.” Case in point, if you … Continue reading

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