I am absolutely thrilled to have author and poet, LaShane Arnett, here with me today for an interview and to share with us all the details of her new release, The Magic Man ( A Sadie Reed Story Book 2). After reading The Pain Eater, book 1 in the Sadie Reed series, I became an..
Have you ever read a novel that has more typos than a fourth grader’s paper? Words misspelled or misused, grammatical rules all but ignored? When you’re paying big bucks to buy a book these days, you expect the story to be riveting, well-structured, and the writing free from error. Yet, many books these days show..
As we wave goodbye to 2022 and welcome the new year, it’s natural to reflect on what happened over the last twelve months. Was it a year filled with hardships or miracles, missed opportunities or newly discovered ones? Chances are it was a mixture, a combination of the good and the bad. If you’ve had..
At year’s end, do you ever stop and reflect on the year gone by? I like to take a moment to see where I’ve been before moving on to the next phase. To see if I met my goals, so that I can determine what new goals to set for myself in 2023. This was..
This month, I have something special in store for my November blog post and newsletter! The spotlight is on a wonderful friend I have been privileged to meet on Instagram – the amazing, talented, and beautiful author, Jennifer Moorman. We’ve collaborated on a few projects in the past, but this time has to be my..
Do you have a favourite season? Summer has always been mine, but autumn is a very close second. This autumn has been full of fun experiences, book promotions, and fitness exploits! The time has flown by, as often happens when you’re busy and having fun! I thought I’d give you a brief rundown of what’s..
I can’t believe it has been one year since I released Gatekeepers of Eden into the world! It has been an exciting year promoting this fourth and final book in the Father of Contention series. I want to thank everyone who helped spread the word by sharing my posts on social media, reading my book,..
I never felt so old as when I realized how behind I was in this technically savvy world. With the plethora of social media sites and their cute little icons to represent them—ghosts, cameras, birds—I didn’t know where to begin when choosing the right sites to sell my books. It can be overwhelming for us..
When it comes to writing, there are certain tasks an author dreads: writing back cover book blurbs, composing a short or long synopsis of their WIP, writing a catchy elevator pitch to summarize their stories into one line, or writing a query letter to agents or traditional publishers in hopes of getting their novels published…
It’s officially summer!!! I don’t know about you, but it’s during the hot summer months when I get the most reading done! One novella on my summer TBR list is Three Cabins by Deanna Martinez-Bey. Besides being an amazingly talented author and food writer, Deanna wears many other hats…she’s an expert cook and baker, copy..