And it’s here! Talia’s Planet, book 5 is now available on Amazon! It feels so good to have all five books in the series out in the world! Right now the E-book of Midpoint Station, book 4 is on sale for 99 cents on Amazon! It will be for the next few days. What’s next for […]Read More Book 5 is Here! Talia’s Planet launched today! #YASF
June 9, 2018 You can pre-order Talia’s Planet, book 5 in the series here! It comes out June 13, 2018. In 2012 when I first decided to start writing a novel for the NaNoWriMocontest, I was woken up in the middle of the night with the idea that became the backstory for my Recycling Humanity series. […]Read More Idea that Sparked my YA SF Recycling Humanity Series is now Real Science!
You know that feeling when you’ve finally found your passion, and you put everything into it? You wake up in the morning excited to write, draw, create music, mentor youth, play sports, build a house – whatever your creative passion is. It’s the best feeling in the world. Creativity colors and brightens our every day. And despite […]Read More Stepping out of my Comfort Zone: Writing a Non-Fiction book!
I’m totally exhausted this week. I just finished NaNoWriMo with 50,000+ words of the draft of my newest novel. In fact it took a day or two to recuperate before even writing this blog post. But even exhausted I can’t stay away from writing for very long. I’m a word junkie! It’s not just physical exhaustion from […]Read More #nanowrimo Post-Draft Exhaustion
November 30th and I’ve finished NaNoWriMo 2016 with 50,620 words! Even though this is the fifth Nano I’ve won, it is still quite a natural high. Every time I finish a novel and write The End, I feel like I’ve just reached the summit of Mt. Everest. This month offered a variety of challenges that […]Read More #nanowrimo 2016 winning and Flow!
After many days of either not being able to write or writing very little, I’ve finally caught up! November always seems to throw up roadblocks, but I guess you could say that about every month. There’s always something going on in our lives that tries to derail us from our goals. Sickness, family emergencies, holidays, […]Read More #nanowrimo DAY 11
Today was an awesome day! I didn’t write too many words on my novel though, but I did conduct research for it. Unusual research by most people’s standards I imagine. I took a tour of our county coroner’s office. No, I don’t write horror novels. But I do enjoy writing about diverse careers. And I found […]Read More #nanowrimo Day 3