Behind The Book: Second Editions Are Twice The Headache

This is part of a series of posts entitled Behind The Book, where fellow author Carrie Morgan and I share the ups and downs of the writing and publishing process — traditional and self-published. We all judge books by their cover. No matter how much we want people to judge our stories by their actualContinue reading “Behind The Book: Second Editions Are Twice The Headache”

“The End” Is Only The Beginning

Originally posted on Wages of War:
When I was sixteen, I got my first real job. My first introduction to the working world of W-2s, withholding and fifteen-minute breaks was as a retail sales clerk for the now-defunct B. Dalton Bookseller. For a teenager whose nose was always buried in a book, it was the…

Behind The Book: A New Feature

I am thrilled to announce an exciting joint blogging venture with fellow writer Carrie Morgan. On Twitter, Carrie and I subscribe to the philosophy of Writers Helping Writers:  that is, we believe that as a community, we should strive to support and lift each other up, sharing our mistakes and lessons learned.  Writers understand theContinue reading “Behind The Book: A New Feature”