Why authors should take full advantage of Little Free Libraries!

Hopefully, if you’re a reader, you already know what a Little Free Library is. If not, you should definitely check out their WEBSITE and learn more. As an author of science fiction/fantasy, I particularly enjoy the library pictured and others like it. You would not believe how creative some librarians get… like the IRL librarian who … More Why authors should take full advantage of Little Free Libraries!

Here’s my signs…

I saw an image on facebook earlier today and it really struck a chord with me. Now, I can’t actually find the post to share with you (though I scrolled forever trying), but thankfully I thought to save the image.   It’s something to think about isn’t it? All those little annoyances in our everyday … More Here’s my signs…

A Reluctant Assassin: is the gender ratio imbalanced or just right?

  Recently I was reading over A Reluctant Assassin (more on why later) and I found myself wondering what it is that some of my reviewers don’t enjoy about the story. I mean, I had to pull myself out of it to search for the specifics I had opened it looking for (again… more on … More A Reluctant Assassin: is the gender ratio imbalanced or just right?

Looking back, Reading Troll reviews, and feeling a kinship I never expected with an author whose league I am nowhere near!

I received a notification a bit ago from Goodreads – and it has done MUCH to bolster my confidence.  Anyone who knows me, knows THAT is a tall order. Those of us who write for small presses or indie publish tend to forget that the New York Times Bestselling authors and the USA Today Bestselling … More Looking back, Reading Troll reviews, and feeling a kinship I never expected with an author whose league I am nowhere near!

Teen Fiction and Creative Language | Kentucky Writer’s Conference workshop topic #5

IT IS POSSIBLE! And Betsy Schow is a prime example of just how it can be done!   Being relevant, contemporary and hip does not have to mean that your book cannot be a clean read! SPELLED, WANTED and BANISHED are the books of Betsy’s Storymakers series – and though I’ve not read all three (yet), I get the feeling they’ll all have the … More Teen Fiction and Creative Language | Kentucky Writer’s Conference workshop topic #5