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Writing in Spring
and how hard that can be sometimes… Welcome to another one of my musings. I have been struggling so hard of late to get my writing done. I just cannot focus long enough to get anything down. Let me explain. This has been going on since I got a job a month ago. I just sort of had to set everything aside and create an entire new routine for myself. I was too tired at the end of the day to do anything, not even cook. Then last week, my darling hubby had a heart attack. Talk about everything coming
How you can help an indie author
here’s a list It recently came to my attention that a lot of readers don’t mind helping out their fav authors, but many don’t know how. Well, reviews obviously, but on Amazon especially, if you are a friend of the author’s, you cannot do that. So what other options are available for readers to do to help out an indie author? I made you a small list. You can certainly leave a comment with other ways as well, I don’t mind. Ways to help out an indie author so that they can succeed You can leave a review. This is
Free short story!
For newsletter subscribers If you are new here, thank you for stopping in! If you haven’t subscribed to the newsletter, I would like to encourage you to do that now. The link is at the top of the page. I will send you a link to a free short story (A Christmas Heist!) starring my characters from the Shannon Wallace Mysteries. If you are like me, and love zany, crazy characters, then you will love this story. There will be a total of three emails coming once you sign up and the last one will be the one with the
A Mt. Moriah Christmas
Blurb Jenny Jones has returned to Mt. Moriah after a disastrous relationship with Brandon Daniels, the lead singer for Sarcastix, a band on the rise in Nashville. She makes it back home after Thanksgiving and realizes quickly that things are not as she left them. Her room is now occupied by her brother, as well as her car. Her parents are not able to support her any longer. And worst of all, Jeremiah Collins has moved on with his life as well. Jeremiah Collins, or Jere sees Jenny get into her family sedan on the day after she returns to Mt. Moriah.
Short story for my friends
A short story…you asked for it…. THE DILEMMA So, recently, I asked my friends about a short story that they would like to see. I got some very good answers. The problem with such an opening for others is: do you have time to do it? I must confess I do not. I am editing book three in the Mt. Moriah series and plotting book four. Between that and critiques for other writers, promotions of my work, and blogs, I just couldn’t sit down long enough to get anything written. I will do better I promise! But until that time,