Everyone should have a will. It makes the burden of death easier on a loved one. That goes double for writers, and all creatives. Without one, royalties for our creations are in jeopardy.
I just completed the first draft of Arachnid 2.0. It was only now, that I look back on things, just how long I’ve been working on this book. My process was a little different this time around.
Arachnid 2.0 is almost done… the first draft, I mean. I’ve been working on this book for over a year and I’m getting a little worried.
My first four novels were written based on screenplays I had written earlier, back when I had Hollywood stars in my eyes. The process for my fifth novel is a little different.
Do one thing that scares you every day. Well, it appears that I am doing two things that scare me each day.
I just received my first draft manuscript for Snipped back from my editor. Woot! I’m just about to leap into the changes. I plan to have the book on pre-order as soon as possible and released in March 2018.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my brief dip into self-publishing so far, is things often take longer than expected. But Vermin is so close…
I’m two weeks into 2017 and I thought I’d take a moment to look back on the previous year.
I think if I had another life to live, I’d be a film score composer. Films tell stories, but music does too.
After going through my editor’s changes on Vermin, I settled back into writing the first draft of my third book, David’s Summer. As I may have mentioned before, the story is inspired by my true life events. And that’s partly what makes it so difficult.