It didn’t make sense to me: why are writers so undervalued, when people who catch footballs and run with them earn $5-20M a year?
People often ask me how I got published, and how they, too, can get their first book written and published. I get this question a lot now. I suppose with five poetry books, three novels, a few children’s books and a screenplay under my belt, I may seem like someone
I’ve been so excited this past week, I can barely eat, sleep, or —now this isn’t normal for me —write! I know it’s because I’m artistically exhausted. I just completed the long and arduous task of putting together an anthology of poems titled Caged: New and Selected Poems. Don’t get
It takes patience, hard work, and a few other ingredients to make it in Indie ebook publishing today.
You have to be creative and think outside the box (or, er, inside the tub) a lot when you’re a little-known author with a small, independent, Canadian publisher. As hard as it is to get new people to discover your work, you can’t give up. One technique not working? Try
I’ve learned so much since my first novel was published. Here are a few of those lessons.
The much-anticipated audiobook is now available for preorder savings!
This month and next, I’ll be entering current members and any new members in my special draw for a copy of The Ticket audiobook, which will be released by Tantor Audio on Audible and in other audio stores worldwide on April 17th.
My final $25 Amazon Gift Card draw is tomorrow! Sign up at http://bit.ly/2rx8ZyF to be entered by tomorrow. I’ll have another contest for Club members in coming months, and as always, access to hundreds of wonderful, free books in the romance and fantasy genres. Business is booming! I’m busy, and