As an indie author, I love audiobooks. I didn’t expect to love them so much, but I do. A little background first. Many of my traditionally published books were turned into audio, but I had very little say in the process and because the rights were controlled by my publisher, both series were left unfinished […]

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Publishing is a noisy business. People are constantly blogging about what you should do, what you shouldn’t do, how to do all those things right, how to reach more readers, how to build your brand, what the best practices for marketing are, where to advertise, how to advertise, which genres sell the best, what color […]

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My career is in a good place. I’m blessed to have incredible readers. Sure, I work incredibly hard, but then I feel like I’ve always worked incredibly hard. It’s just more focused these days. I read something online recently about becoming an “overnight success” and that made me wonder if new writers or those thinking […]

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Y’all, I am SO excited about this book. It was so much fun to write!   Here’s the cover for the first book in the new series I’m releasing in March, and some more info about this series. *Is this a Nocturne Falls spin off? – It’s more of an adjacent series. The Jayne Frost […]

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Every once in a while, someone comments that my books are too expensive. Affordability is relative, so fair enough. For that person, $4.99 is too much to pay for a full-length book. (Fortunately, there are libraries.) So yes, $4.99 is what I charge for the full length books in my Nocturne Falls series. Print books […]

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*THE VAMPIRE’S FAKE FIANCEE IS LIVE! * Welcome to Nocturne Falls, the town that celebrates Halloween 365 days a year. The tourists think it’s all a show: the vampires, the werewolves, the witches, the occasional gargoyle flying through the sky. But the supernaturals populating the town know better. Living in Nocturne Falls means being yourself. […]

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I’ve been blessed to have a tremendous first year of dedicated self-publishing, but I also know what it’s like to have not-so-great years. I started self-publishing in 2010, but because of my traditional publishing career, I never fully committed myself or my writing to it. The time just wasn’t there frankly, which I think is purposeful on […]

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