So, two of my friends an I are doing a really exciting thing. The three of us have begun our own publishing imprint called “Horns and Rattles Press” and for the first trilogy we’re focusing on short horror fiction and we open submissions in one week and I am so thrilled. I usually lean towardContinue reading “Horns and Rattles Press Announcement”
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Book Launch for My Weird Merfolk Book
I had another book launch party and it was MAGICAL. I love sharing a space with my friends and family and supporters. It was a blast. We had some cookies (that totally matched the book cover, because I’m nothing if not extra), some wine (provided by my mom), and a playlist that I managed toContinue reading “Book Launch for My Weird Merfolk Book”
Quest for Author Copies that Ended Up on a Ranch in Kansas
When I was filming an unboxing reel for the copies of A Mean Piece of Water (out Dec 9th), it became apparent very quickly that I had a box full of cowboy novels that I most certainly did not write. Don’t get me wrong, all of my books so far take place in Oklahoma andContinue reading “Quest for Author Copies that Ended Up on a Ranch in Kansas”
Accessibility as and Indie Author
At my day job, I started using the font Open Dyslexic for calendars, handouts, etc. I work with a bunch of elementary school kids and according to research one in five people in America are dyslexic. So *gets out calculator* that means there’s a good chance 6 or so of my students are dyslexic, andContinue reading “Accessibility as and Indie Author”
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!”
Other things I’ve done as an Indie Author that I didn’t know were things.
Read my book for the EIGHTH TIME all the way through and I have to do it TWO MORE TIMES and I LOVE my book but omg it makes me want to type in all caps. I am so glad I wrote a relatively short book, like, for real. Registered my business with the stateContinue reading “Other things I’ve done as an Indie Author that I didn’t know were things.”
So, I wrote another book…
Camp Nanowrimo was a huge success for me. I got through my first sloppy draft of a book about lake merfolk and their local friends who have to fight a giant demon octopus that a cult has summoned. Definitely feels on brand and I’ve already sent it to beta readers which is really exciting. AfterContinue reading “So, I wrote another book…”
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”