How is the virus changing preferred book formats?

I've had the time to delve into my TBR since the world slowed down. Just started Eric Asher's Vesik series. Been wanting to read these for a while, but with 14 books available and four more scheduled for release through July, it was a bit daunting. Days Gone Bad, the first book has been so … Continue reading How is the virus changing preferred book formats?

How is the virus changing book sales?

If you had told me months ago that I wouldn't be working on any banquets or major events in May, I would have laughed in your face. Seriously. It would have looked something like this. I had a scholarship banquet and corporate annual meeting on my plate (those I do every year), a product launch, … Continue reading How is the virus changing book sales?

Indie Life: The Perfect Book Convention

As you've probably discovered on my Instagram, my little sis joined me at a recent book convention. She's a school administrator and has attended more than her share of conventions from the education side. In my day job as a banker, I have attended and helped coordinate quite a few as well, although those tend … Continue reading Indie Life: The Perfect Book Convention

Indie Life: Celebrating a Milestone

Every second Wednesday of the month, indie writers band together to post a little inspiration for the journey. This month, I write to celebrate a milestone. On January 11th, 2014, my first novel,¬†Of Sun & Moon,¬†rocketed to #1 on the Amazon U.S. Top Free eBook list in two categories: Teen & YA Supernatural Mystery and … Continue reading Indie Life: Celebrating a Milestone