When I sat down to write my first novel, it was that whirlwind of emotion and change that I wanted to capture. I wanted to relive my college years in a book. But when I went to look for reading material in that age group, I came up empty. Continue reading
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She’d actually been kicking my tail on the bestsellers list for weeks. Her title, Daddy’s Home, was in the number one spot for psychological thrillers, and mine, The Lion, the Lamb, the Hunted, was right behind her at number two. Continue reading →
How did I end up on my own? It began when I couldn’t get my first YA book, Relatively Famous, published, despite getting stellar feedback from editors and nearly selling the film rights to a teen pop star. I was at a loss for what to do. I couldn’t keep writing books without selling them. What if the next thing I wrote flopped? Continue reading →
Because, you see, we were at that time in talks with Ridley Scott and others for the media rights to WOOL, the self-published, post-apocalyptic tale I had written wherein people live belowground because the outside world had gone where handbaskets generally take things. Continue reading →
With the surge in self-publishing, the slush pile is now online, and it is up to readers separate the chaff from the grain. Continue reading →