This post today includes a collection of deleted scenes, the purpose of which is to emphasize my plea.
It’s not a plea for anything tangible or monetary. It’s a plea to everyone out there in the social media universe.
Can we stop weaponizing our opinions? Continue reading
When Just Ella had been out for just a few weeks, Amazon took notice of the fact that I was selling a few copies a day, which meant I was quite a bit more successful than a lot of self-pubbed authors, so they picked it up and marketed it for me. That made all the difference. I had the power of the great Amazon marketing machine in my corner and my sales shot up. Continue reading
It’s launch day!
Keeping Kinley is officially released, which means that all you wonderful readers who pre-ordered should have your copies ready to read on your Kindle. Continue reading
It’s official! Keeping Kinley is up for pre-order on Kindle, with an official publication date of May 30th. Right now you can pre-order for $3.99. However, that might change. I have absolutely NO CONTROL over the price. Since it’s published by Kindle Press, the price is set by them. Continue reading
The KindleScout campaign for Keeping Kinley has officially ended. Thank you so, so much to everyone who nominated it! Whether it’s chosen or not, it’s been a great experience. I hope you all enjoyed reading the first couple of chapters and I’m excited to get the rest of the story into your hands.
As I was going through my manuscript (yet again) and looking over different files, I found a prologue that I toyed with using. In the end I decided it was unnecessary (as most prologues are) and it went into my ‘deleted’ folder. However, I thought it would be fun to share it with y’all, because I do like how it turned out.
The Prologue that Wasn’t: Continue reading
This one feels like it’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally time for Keeping Kinley to become a reality.
I’ve got a beautiful cover!
I’ve got a book trailer! Continue reading