Hi All! In case you missed it, earlier this week I announced on my Instagram page that I FINALLY have a release date for the hardcover version of ‘Sam Likes Jam’! Sam will be available on 9/1/2017 on Barnes and Noble.com! While I am ultimately very pleased with the final product, it was a long … Continue reading One Step Forward, Two Steps – Forward
Hi All, I hope you are enjoying your summer! My garden is in full swing, and our beach chairs are always ready to go. When I get a spare moment (Ha ha) I continue to work on the hardcover version of 'Sam Likes Jam'. I still don't have a release date yet. I am patiently … Continue reading Summer Updates!
Hey All, Aside from promoting my books, one of the reasons I am keeping this blog is to document the self-publishing (hopefully one-day traditional publishing) journey. I am still learning. I still have lots to learn, but rest assured everything I do learn, I will share with you. It is without further adieu I present to … Continue reading Missed Opportunity…
Hi All, I have a lot of updates to share with you so I am just going to get right into it. I’ve been busy planting my vegetable garden, clearing out flower beds, and working on illustrations for my second book. Also (BIG NEWS) my husband is building me a chicken coop!!! That’s right. I … Continue reading Winner winner chicken…COOP!
Hi All, If those of you were thinking about buying my book, but were not sure, you can get it now free on Kindle until Sunday April 9th! Click here to get 'Sam Likes Jam' FREE! Enjoy, and Let me know what you think! -Niki
If you read my last post, you know by now that I've written and self-published a children's picture book. I've been overwhelmed with all of the support I've received. I get a new picture daily of another little one holding my book, and boy does it make my heart swell. One thing I did notice in speaking with people is that they were curious about the process. It's a hard process to quickly outline in a brief conversation so I decided to post about it and share the wealth! The process took me about a year, and most of that year was spent researching.