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Fostering Relationships Between Indie Authors and Indie Booksellers

At the Tulsa City County Library’s Third Annual Local Author Conference, I got to give a talk along with my friend, Victoria Moore, about how to navigate relationships with small bookshops as a local author, particularly an indie author. First off, there were bagels which was great. But then it got more and more crowdedContinue reading “Fostering Relationships Between Indie Authors and Indie Booksellers”

Chronicles of My Alien Invasion Life is out in the world and I can’t do anything about it!

I can’t believe my book is actually out and there’s nothing I can do about it. In a good way. Every single step of the indie publishing way there is the opportunity to adjust, make changes, tweak. Add another round of edits. Give it to another beta or sensitivity reader. Proofread a little more. ChangeContinue reading “Chronicles of My Alien Invasion Life is out in the world and I can’t do anything about it!”

Things I’ve done recently as an indie author that I didn’t know were things

Applied for and received my very first Library of Congress Control Number Hired a professional hand letterer for my cover Bought 10 freaking ISBNs (so Def committed now) Scheduled a deadline for a copy edits for TWO of my books Created my own publishing imprint Got a headshot Oh yeah AND DID SOME WRITING. SelfContinue reading “Things I’ve done recently as an indie author that I didn’t know were things”

On Getaways

My bestie and I spent a weekend away in a cabin halfway between our cities and without even trying, I wrote 5k words. The relaxation and freedom and friendship fueled my writer energy. And she hyped up my creative work is such sweet ways (think custom cake and matching nail art for “Chronicles of MyContinue reading “On Getaways”

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