Learning about self-publishing can feel like wading through an endless sea of information... Many successful indie authors and experts share their tips and strategies across various platforms… …Trust me, I'm grateful to them.However, the process of learning effective marketing, growing your audience, and becoming successful can all seem overwhelming when you don't even know how … Continue reading I Self-Publish My Books! (You Can Too)
Turn and face the strange... That's not something I like doing. However, I've been gifted a bit more time these days to think and organize myself. I've been thinking hard about my goals as an author and the direction I want to head. A little over a year ago, (might actually be two years) I … Continue reading Ch- Ch- Ch- Changes – Big Announcement
Guys, I have two little boys and the world of Pokémon has entered my life full force. Of course, it was my 7-year-old that first discovered the magic and wonder of all that is Pokémon through Netflix. My 4-year-old quickly followed and convinced all of his little pre-school friends that PJ Masks were out, and … Continue reading How to Play Pokemon… A Crash Course for Desperate Parents
My latest book 'Go Play' is available on Amazon! I'm working right now to make it available for Kindle. 'Go Play' encourages children to explore nature. In these tough times, (when exploring nature is just about all they can do outside) children will become excited to explore the world that just right out their front … Continue reading In Case You Missed It…
Announcing the news that my latest book, 'Go Play' is now available on Amazon.com!
What would you like readers to know about you?
I am a busy mom of two little boys. In many ways, I’m very much like Jennifer Temple, the MC inRed Picket Fences. We’re both out of shape moms who love true crime, as well as keeping chickens. However, unlike Jennifer, I love to cook, and I’m much more social and connected to my little neighborhood than she is.
What isRed Picket Fencesabout for those who haven’t read it?
The book is a cozy mystery set in a quaint small town in New Jersey. Jennifer Temple is a restless stay-at-home mom who binge watches anything related to true crime. When her two new neighbors perish in a housefire, she knows just enough about investigating to realize things aren’t what they seem. She stumbles upon clues that put her in the center of the investigation, and in the…
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by Michael Cristiano When it comes to writing, there is nothing more daunting than writing a novel. Okay, maybe attempting to write a saga of twelve novels is a little bit more daunting, but let’s stick to just one for now. In my opinion, writing a novel is a little more difficult than say […] via … Continue reading 4 Misconceptions About Writing a Novel — A Writer’s Path
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Hey All! Things here have been very eventful, and I have a lot to share. First things first. I have another fun Friday post in the works, and I will likely get it out by next week. Secondly, I went to my very first writer’s conference and I am more determined than ever to continue … Continue reading Back At Square Two: Lessons Learned After Attending My First Writer’s Conference
Very interesting read... Especially for indie authors. https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/5610087