I’m about to tell you about the book that almost never was. Every year I write a book for National Novel Writing Month in November. This last year, however, I was stumped. I had just written Reclaim Your Creative Soul, and that book took a lot of energy out of me. I figured I would … Continue reading The book that almost never was
Today is kind of a quiet day. I find myself in between projects, which means I am unsure of what to do with myself. My coming book, The Road to Hope, is now in the hands of my editor for the next two weeks. This is both exciting (since it's one of the final steps … Continue reading In between projects
The other day I showed a co-worker my new poetry book, Everything I Am Not Saying. She noticed I dedicated it to "Connor", and wondered who that was. I told her he was my third child who died just a few months before he was supposed to be born. She and I connected over our … Continue reading Brittle Leaves, a poem
Earlier this week I announced the upcoming arrival of 'Golf Balls, Eight Year Olds & Double Paned WIndows,' my blog eBook on stories about my life as a single mother. Guess what? It's published NOW! The chapters are cleaned up versions of past blog entries over at winecountrymom.com, the blog I keep that tells stories … Continue reading SHHHH…. Super secret news for fans only.
While I've been plugging away at "Forever Thirteen," the sequel to A Symphony of Cicadas, one of my side projects has been to gather the stories I've written in the past and put them together in eBook format. I'm proud to say that I have finished the first book, a collection of stories from 2009 … Continue reading New eBook on single parenting!
There are many things to consider when selling your eBook online. It should have a good cover that draws attention, and the description listed at the online store should be intriguing enough to make potential readers want more. But just as important to all these things is the price. I came across a forum discussion … Continue reading The dilemma of indie eBook pricing