Well, the learning curve continues to grow with my “published author” status. I’ve been mum on this for a while, honestly because I was a bit embarrassed about it.
But, I might as well confess: I’m revising and re-publishing
The Warden of Everfeld: Memento. Continue reading Another 3 Things I’ve Learned from Publishing My First Novel
This week has been… tiring / refreshing / fun / kind of a blur.
Between caring for a newborn, having a lot of visitors nearly every day, and just trying to adjust to our new home life, it’s been good.
Continue reading Friday Write-Day: Writing on Leave
Per my Tuesday post, Dad-Life burst onto the scene this week. We spent four days in the hospital for Mom to recover from her cesarean and new baby Nugget to get on a decent feeding/pooping schedule and get rid of his jaundice.
Fortunately, we were discharged yesterday, and Nugget is finally home.
Continue reading Friday Write-Day: Finally Home
This was a long week, as the title subtly implies, but I’m not really sure why.
Nothing too big happened this week. I just feel a little drained mentally.
Continue reading Friday Write-Day: Long Week
I feel like I’ve been on a roll recently, writing-wise. I’m starting to feel the rhythm of the narrative, I just haven’t had the time.
Continue reading Friday Write-Day: Life Struggles =/= Writing Struggles
Busy week. My western adventures, as Jessie called them, ended yesterday.
From Colorado to Nevada and even California, I’ve seen a lot of beautiful vistas and lakes. I also managed to write a fair bit in my draft for
The Warden of Everfeld: Legacy. Continue reading Friday Write-Day: Vacation Writing
The wife and I are headed to Colorado this weekend for a wedding in the mountains — sure to be a beautiful time. After that, I’ll be visiting my sister in Nevada.
Hooray for new places!
Continue reading Friday Write-Day: Time for a Break
It took me practically the entire month of July, but I feel like I’m starting to move forward in my WIP at a more regular pace.
Continue reading Friday Write-Day: On the Way
This has been a tough week, mainly due to stress at work. Unfortunately, I haven’t quite mastered compartmentalizing work stress from my home life, so I needed a break from computer-related endeavors.
In short, I didn’t write much this week.
I did, however, get myself a bit more organized for my upcoming works-in-progress. Note the plural there.
Continue reading Friday Write-Day: All the W.I.P.!
The pre-order period for
The Warden of Everfeld: Memento officially ended last Wednesday, which means it’s time for a little retrospective on how this 30-day marketing binge went for me.
Here are 7 things I’ve learned from self-publishing my first novel, so far.
Continue reading 7 Things I’ve Learned from Self-Publishing My First Novel