Today is cover reveal day for Ashes Fall!
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I was told last week, after I had posted last week, by my beta reader that I needed to post this excerpt. If you get the reference, you get bonus points for the day! Today I give you 13 short paragraphs from chapter She fired up her computer as she sat outside the house with her lights no longer on.
Her stomach growled as she put her cruiser in drive, and Grace decided to hit the diner for lunch before it closed. Not being one for driving while talking on the phone, Grace put her car back in park and called the top number on her favorites list in her phone. Also two sides of toast, white with not butter, and four packets of strawberry jelly. Sueanne giggled. Grace smiled, said her thanks and hung up.
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She drove through the neighborhood to give it a quick check before heading over to the diner to pick up her meal. I was asked to write a response to a not so Christian comment, and I do believe God was with me while I wrote it. Rainbow Gold Reviews. RGR received a comment yesterday that had nothing to do with the guestpost it was left on. However, we felt like we needed to respond, even if no one had seen the comment before we marked it as Spam. View original post more words. I have to skip out a day early to be back for Easter, but I still expect this trip to be amazing and awesome.
I have books for purchase and bookmarks to give away. I hope to see lots of new faces and get to know some old friends even better. I hope to suggest they do more of that in the future, btw.
I hope to see lots of people there and come back with some good information about publishing and marketing and basically just making friends in the writing business! The first is on May 1 for my lesbian crime fiction novel For by Grace. If you have the date open and would like to join in, you can sign up right over here.
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The second cover reveal is for S. It will be on June The book is sci-fi erotica with mixed gender thrown in there. If you would like to sign up to help out a new author, you can do that right here! Today Kristen Duvall is joining for an interview.
Besides writing, I enjoy hiking, going to the beach, traveling and playing board games. What is one thing not in your bio, something totally random that only a few people know? I grew up in poverty. And by that, I mean I went without heat and running water as a child. My family still lives this way today, while I managed to work my way through college and graduate school. A baboon!? But back to writing, what made you decide to write?
If it even was a decision. And what kept you at it? I started making up stories before I could even write. What has kept me at it? I enjoy doing it, and there are few things I enjoy doing more than writing. Who has been your biggest inspiration and support in writing and in publishing? Kevin Saito, my boyfriend. Yet, he never gave up on me and helped me through the hard times.
He helped push me to where I am today. I love stories like that!! So, why is it that you are an independent author?
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What prompted the decision to publish, and how has that experience been? I like having the control over my work. The reason for that is because I see greater earning potential this way. I have the skills needed to publish my book, and I see self-publishing as an amazing opportunity for writers to get their work out there. I may consider submitting to publishers one day, mainly to build up more of a following, but I may not. I feel my time is better spent writing more words. Tell us a bit about Femmes du Chaos, without spoilers of course. I simply adore short stories, both reading them and writing them, and I noticed that I wrote from a female perspective more often than not.
Even when a character would traditionally be male, I made them female in the case of a bounty hunter, for instance. Like I said, all the characters have inner strength… and while some of them are villains, they all share some of the same qualities. The stories range from a bounty hunter out for revenge to a little girl witnessing her father killing someone she loves. There are zombie stories and evil king stories, too. If you could meet one character in real life from Femmes du Chaos —and yes, I know this is a hard question—who would it be and why?
Sylvia, the bounty hunter.
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I may not go to her extremes, but her and I are a lot alike in what we value. What do you do when you get stuck in your writing? I force myself to get through it. There are days I think everything I write is crap, but I remind myself that I can always go back and edit. Maybe I need to change the point-of-view? Maybe I need to start elsewhere in the story? I do a lot of those things, too! What is your editing process? My boyfriend helps me edit. Oftentimes, I do a quick edit, but then I send it over to him and step away. He gives me insight, and I come back to it.
I will put my focus back on them and have them out too. I also seek the advice of other friends of mine and most of my stories in Femmes du Chaos were read by at least beta readers before I put them in the book and they were also read and sometimes critiqued by a writing group too. Beta readers and critique groups are sometimes the saviors of the world!!
Would you mind sharing some of your ups and some of your downs about writing and about publishing?
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Any advice to new and upcoming authors? Develop a thick skin.
When I first started writing, I was sensitive, and it was painful.