Category Archives: On Writing

Custom and Premade Covers for Indie Authors

Some of you might know I’m a designer in addition to being an author. Design is something I’ve been passionate about even before writing. So far, I’ve done all 5 of my own covers and enjoy working with other authors … Continue reading

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Screw you, Brain. Not Today.

Dear Brain, Oh, it’s this again, huh? We woke up fine with a smile on our face—that’s rare enough as it is—with optimism coursing through our veins, and you had to pull this bullshit again? Screw you, Brain. Not today. … Continue reading

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Establishing your Brand; tips for new authors

It shouldn’t come as any shock to you that self-published or traditionally published authors have to be plugged into social media and develop their brand. We have to market ourselves and can’t expect anyone to do it for us. Over … Continue reading

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My Writing Process

Maybe I’ve talked about this before in a video, but I feel like I haven’t blogged about it. My own writing process has been the same for a few years now, so I thought I’d take a moment to talk … Continue reading

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Reality Check: where does your time go?

I’m always trying to improve functionality in my life, and a lot of that has to do with time management and prioritizing. I try to be aware of where my time is going and if I’m being productive, but since … Continue reading

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Inspiration is a Jerk

Hey, what’s up! Did I catch you at a bad time? Sorry (not really). I know you’re driving right now and have no way of writing this down, but I have an amazing idea. Like, seriously. This is going to really bring your … Continue reading

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A Hopefully Ironic Letter to Writer’s Block

Hello, old friend. I’d say I’m happy to see you, but we both know that would be the most absurd of lies. You’re unwelcome here. In fact, no one likes you; you’re that awkward kid at the party everyone nods … Continue reading

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