So you sacrificed all your game time, all your TV time, all you sleep time and all of your family time and finished writing a book. There are dollar signs in your eyes. “I’m the next Hemingway,” you’re thinking to yourself. And when you finish the first draft, the second draft and all the edits, … More More Than Just a Pretty Face
To be perfectly honest, one doesn’t become a writer to be rich. And I haven’t disappointed myself. I made the transition from traditional publishing to indie publishing in the beginning of 2012 for a variety of reasons, one of them being the fact that I simply love the process of putting a book together. It’s … More Covers I Have Loved
I have a couple of announcements to make, ones that I have been looking forward to making for quite a while. In 2002 my son was involved in an auto accident and suffered a traumatic brain injury. The story of his recovery is nothing short of miraculous and is covered in a book I wrote … More A New Face, A New Name
One of the things I thoroughly enjoy about being an indie author is being able to do as much of the process myself as I would like. That includes writing, editing, formatting pages, doing covers and promotion. The down side to that is obvious, of course. You get what you pay for. I have a … More We’re Doing a Makeover!