Roses Wild is that: what if Arkansas had witches, werewolves, vamps, and fae running amok? It’s the story of Rose Carson, a cursed witch navigating life through poverty and loss. She’s not the usual heroine, but sometimes even the lowest of the low can rise to the occasion.
Have you ever delved into a book or series and loved so much about it? Or, do you mostly love it, but that one thing bugged you or you loved to hate a character? You want to talk to your friends about it, but they don’t read paranormal romance or paranormal women’s fiction (or read[…]
Eastside Hedge Witch: A Paranormal Women’s Fiction (Midlife Supernaturals #1) released on Amazon today.
Eastside Hedge Witch: A Paranormal Women’s Fiction Novel (Midlife Supernaturals #1) releases October 31! Since readers can’t “Look Inside” until the release date, I thought I’d share chapter one here:
Today, Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram are all down. It’s also not common knowledge (though it’s widely available) that all three apps are owned by one company. Twitter is speculating why. Last night 60 Minutes aired an episode about the conditions of working at this company. Is that why? Unless Zuckerberg is throwing a giant tantrum or everyone walked out on strike, no, it is not.
What does that mean for indie authors who use those platforms to market their books? It means you’re going to have a dip in sales, unless you do a few things:
1. Seek out other social media platforms. Your target audience might be loyal to the FB trio, but there’s other places they go.
Book lovers of all genres are welcome to come to Bally’s Convention Center, Las Vegas for a six hour book fair featuring over three-hundred authors (including yours truly). I’ll be there selling signed paperbacks from my Faerie Tales Series and the first book in my new Midlife Supernaturals Series Eastside Hedge Witch. My table partner[…]
Welcome to Author Spotlight where both new and veteran authors share a little about themselves and their work. Today we have Paranormal Romance author Emmy Tidning.
Nothing like curing a case of imposter syndrome like having your first book signing. Unfortunately, we are still in a pandemic and this is Washington state so attendance was low. Another pro said that there were a quarter of the usual amount of attendees. Still, having a signing, reading, and sitting on panels with other pros was definitely a wonderful experience.
When I first started writing, I thought I’d go the traditionally published route. I’d query an agent, sign a contract, and the agent in turn would sell my manuscript. My job was over the moment the art was finished. Sure there’d be rounds of edits, and I’d get to see what cover the art department[…]
If you write in a particular genre, that genre usually has conventions. The conventions can range from a small local one of a couple thousand people to tens of thousands (San Diego Comic Con). Newer authors might not be able to afford a table at a con, but there are ways you can market your[…]
If you enjoy urban fantasy with a heavy dose of humor and middle-aged characters (ya know Gen X weirdos but with powers), then this is the book for you.
Episode Four of Galaxy on Fire is up in this Kindle Vella series. In this episode, Ishankhalit is no longer a young child but a teenaged cadet in training to be an officer. We get a view of Ishankhalit’s frame of mind regarding the empire and her role in it, learn a little more about[…]