Deciding to Self-Publish

Epiphany. Simply putting up a novel on Kindle—one that I slaved over—will not cut it. It will not magically get attention or sell. It’s time to get serious. By this, I mean really and truly investing. This means doing more research than I thought necessary to launch a book on [...]

Writing a YA novel with historical subplot

While plotting out my YA supernatural mystery Box in The Cuts, I immediately ran into a challenge. How to tell the backstory of the creepy old mansion at the center of the novel. And then I remembered the convention Bram Stoker used in Dracula. A combination of short diary entries [...]

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