WichiCon Tomorrow! Come for a FREE SIGNED BOOK MARK! Or just come. Whatever you like…

Hi everyone! I just wanted to stop by and remind you that tomorrow, Saturday June 3, I will be at WichiCon! I’m giving FREE SIGNED BOOK MARKS to anyone who stops by my booth, so make sure you come! (I won’t be there on Sunday.) Details: Location: Century II, Bob…

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SECRET REVEALED: My #Writing Process

I recently received a message from a fan asking about my writing process, so I decided to divulge a closely kept secret and reveal the truth behind how I write a book. Fine, it’s not really a secret, but it sounds cooler that way, right? Getting started: When I started writing my…

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Writing a Killer Query Letter

Hi everyone! Since I just returned from the Rose State Writing Conference, and after teaching the class on how to write a killer query, I thought I’d share some of my advice with all of you. I submitted queries for about four years and wrote four books before finding my…

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#MondayBlogs: Indie VS Traditional: Who Writes the Better Books?

I’m writing this post to confront a misconception. Traditionally published books are better than independently published books. Of course, what exactly does “better” mean? Does it mean better editing? Does it mean less typos, better flow, less cliches, stronger characters, and more creative stories? I know this subject tends to…

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#Monday Blogs: The Writer’s Three Step Checklist to Surviving Bad Reviews

Happy Monday! Today I would like to discuss the topic of bad reviews. I don’t care how thick some tout their skin to be, bad reviews hurt. When I published my first novella in the spring of 2014, I had heard some of the horror stories associated with bad reviews,…

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