Today on the blog, I have Laura Mae, author of the Fliers series! I’ve been following this lady’s indie journey for awhile now, and I’m so excited for you guys to read through her interview!
Something that’s worried a lot of authors, especially new authors recently, is whether it’s more productive to publish in e-book or print format…
As a fellow writer, I wanted to share with you the authors and books that inspire me with their words… The ones that have helped me push through bittersweet times and have inspired me to write the way I do.
Happy Monday, everyone! In honor of Storyteller coming out this week (!!!), I wanted to share a little bit of what inspired the Quelmirian Duology in the first place.
Today I have a treat for you on the blog: indie author Samantha Seestrom!
Today I wanted to share a bit of a writing update with you…
Today on the blog, we have an interview with indie author J. Mercer! She has written numerous books, all of which sound amazing, and I can’t wait to get my hands on them! Hope you enjoy!
Today on the blog, I’m privileged to interview indie author Brian McBride! Brian has written two books and is avidly working on more. His debut has even won a few awards, which is incredible!
Storyteller releases on October 10th! To celebrate, I wanted to host another blog tour. This will be a blast — you won’t want to miss it!
I have a very special treat for you guys, today! Something y’all may not know is that I married a writer… And today, you’ll get to read through an interview I had with my Hubby about his writing journey and books!
In today’s post, I got to interview Sydney Hawthorn! Sydney is a fellow author I met on Instagram, and I’ve been privileged to not only follow her writing journey, but to be one of her beta readers for her novel, Awakening Shadows!
Another question I get asked a lot is how I got started on the indie publishing route instead of going traditional, as well as what I think about the process. I thought it’d be neat to discuss that in my Musings post today, since it’s a question I get asked more frequently than one might think.