✉️ RE: FREE is killing indie. (An urgent warning)

I read this article lately, and it got me thinking about some of my recent decisions about my story sharing. I’m greatly summarizing this article, but basically, giving away free stories is bad for the indie industry overall and it devalues your own work. There’s actually a lot to unpack in the article, and I […]

Using Google Keep during my writing process

I’ve been meaning to write about this for some time, but just haven’t made time for it. And since I’ve been going through some manic and seasonal depressive episodes, making it hard to stay focused and do ANYTHING of relevance, I figure I might as well just hyper focus and do some writing. Why the […]

Building your author platform

Originally posted on The Cat's Write:
There are some truly wonderful and very comprehensive articles out there that discuss ‘how to build a successful author platform’ and also the many reasons why you should do so ASAP. But I’m just gonna keep it simple for you (and short), because simple and short has worked…

That burnt out feeling

Been swamped a lot lately. Trying to do too many things in a limited amount of time and burning myself out. It’s a miserable feeling. Need to give myself a little relaxing time to breathe and rejuvenate. https://twitter.com/TheTweetOfGod/status/1060967359421116416 Side note… I have been working on a new story. A freebie, and horror. Been working on […]

My first beta readership and new logo

This month I’ve been participating in my first ever beta readership. It’s something I’ve been curious about lately, but had never done. Since I’ve been working on the first in a series of books, I figured now would be the best time to tap into that feedback machine. Learn a little something about my first […]

Benjamin Little and Bogart’s Opera (short story and opportunity)

A new order came across my phone’s notifications, excited I clicked through to the Fiverr app. Ready to kill a new victim, fictionally of course. To my surprise, the victim was going to be longtime friend (since high school), Benjamin Little. If you’re new to reading one of these short stories, here’s a quick rundown. […]

Mercedes has a new home, and she’s wrapped in Cellophane

I told you I had a big update on Mercedes coming, and it’s huge. Big. Bigger. Enormous. Gigantuous. Okay, that’s enough of that. It’s just some really cool news. But I’m also wrapping this big update in Cellophane, which will make sense later down the read. She has a new home. What do I mean […]