Posted in July 2013

Cover Reveal – I am Forever by Wynne Channing

Introducing I Am Forever, the highly-anticipated sequel to Wynne Channing’s best-selling debut novel What Kills Me. Check out the teaser synopsis for the second book in the series which is due out in Winter 2013: The prophecy said a girl would kill them all. Against an army of vampires, Axelia fought back and survived. Once … Continue reading

The Measure of a Writer’s Success

  I keep seeing articles popping up that talk about how 50% of self-published authors never make over 500.00 dollars. Or how only a very few make it to the top. Or some other percentage or graph or some such that bemoans how unsuccessful most indie authors are. First of all, the first example is … Continue reading

Why Fantasy?

Originally posted on Minstrels and Heroes:
We’ve heard it all. You can’t be a hardcore fantasy fan this long without hearing it. “You’re just trying to escape.” “You live in a fantasy world.” “Oh, you’re one of them.” (I’ll take that last one as a compliment.) It’s not about trying to go off and live…

Where Fantasy Began For Me

  Where Fantasy Began For Me I remember clearly the first time I was really tugged into the world of fantasy. It wasn’t Cinderella, it wasn’t Snow White. In fact, it wasn’t Disney at all.  It had a much darker tone than Disney delved into back then. I was nine and although up until then … Continue reading

Editing Really Is A Very Important Step

Not that I mean to harp on a subject, but well…okay, I’m going to harp some more. Editing really isn’t a step you can skip when preparing your book for the masses of readers out there in the world. And I don’t mean you reading through your manuscript eleventy-billion times hoping that in the process … Continue reading