When I reinvented my cover art, I didn’t realize the ripple effect that change would have. Because I had new cover art, I had to: Prep my CreateSpace account so it is ready for the paperback version to be uploaded once I’m through writing.… Continue Reading “Every Little Thing”
After a lot of thought and some very slow revision, I have made a new cover that will be used for the paperback. Please tell me what you think!
I’ve been using Scrivener to write my novel, and it has proven to be not only economical, but also absolutely perfect for my needs. Storyboarding As a visual learner, I love the storyboarding aspect (seen below). I now have the first 20 chapters… Continue Reading “Nuts and Bolts Aspects of Writing: Why Scrivener Rocks”
After much deliberation, I’ve made a huge decision. Rather than break up my work into three smaller books, I’m going to write on through to the end and publish it as one long novel. There are several reasons, but my biggest concern is with… Continue Reading “Big Decision!”
My iPad is often my favorite way to write. I can carry it anywhere (in this case, my living room), and with my wireless keyboard and the Notebooks app synched with Dropbox, I can easily upload and save files that I can then transfer… Continue Reading “Book Tease”
I made the decision to switch my blog over to Blogger rather than keeping it on Wix where it has been housed. I was just not as happy with some of the functionality of Wix’s blog (though I do love, love, love my author… Continue Reading “Shaking things up, making plans, plus some shameless self-promotion”
I’m nearly at the halfway point with my novel. I’m determined to finish in the next two weeks, and that means a lot of work on my part. I can do it.
Wrote 4,259 words between yesterday and today, in spite of being in bed with my crushing headache for part of it. Even if I end up editing it to bits, I’m still proud. And still writing. 😀 I didn’t think I’d done so much… Continue Reading “”