Catching Up

I apologize for the absence. I’ve been wearing down the heels of my digital boots trekking around the web on a blog tour. Author interviews and guest posts galore. Here are a few highlights.

  1. 9 Tips on Making Your Work Area Inspire You over at Blogalicious Authors
  2. Hindsight featured on Awesome Gang
  3. Featured on Kindle Nook Books
  4. Dreaming Pages interviews me on the craft of writing, the art of living, and the work that goes into both.
  5. Happiness, table manners and the craft of writing. My author interview at Gentleman Reads.
  6. An interview with the fine folks over at IndieAuthorLand on the who’s, what’s and why’s of Hindsight
  7. Exotic dancing, successful writing, and my new book, Hindsight.  An author interview at Paws on Books
  8. Writing tools and tips at Nose in Books



Blog Tour: Week One Wrapup

Howdy! Don’t be shy. Come on closer to the campfire. Shake the dust off your boots and sit a while. I’ve got a pot of coffee on and some tobacco to roll if you like. Beautiful night isn’t it? Where am I coming from? I’m caravanning on a month long blog tour. I’ve been to a few nice places this past week. Let me tell you about them.

I started off with a guest post on writing in first person POV over at my friend, Ravina’s blog. Hindsight, my novel, is written in first person, after all. I left four tips for writers who’d like to tackle the perspective or those who’d just like to refine their knowledge of it.

Then I rolled into Bunny’s Reviews for a little sit down and chat–an author interview, if you like–about my family, about fears, and failure.

I stopped over at Author’s Friend with another guest post of six tips for less procrastinating and more doing.

And just before I got here, I found my way onto The Reading Cat for another author interview. (And yes, it did sound an awful lot like the first one, so if you’ve read my interview on Bunny’s Reviews, you know the answer to these questions).

I’ll be sure to keep the posts coming your way as I continue to stop off and visit with all the fine folks I meet along the way. Meanwhile, how ’bout a drop of whiskey in that coffee?

Welcome, Welcome

First off, let me say, “thanks for stopping by.” I’m glad you did. Really. I have spent the last few years crafting and honing my debut novel. And what would be the point of all that writing and rewriting… and rewriting, if no one ever read it. So, thanks for coming by. I know you don’t have a lot of time, but I hope you’ll bookmark this page or subscribe to the RSS feed and check in every now and then. I’ll be posting updates about my novel, Hindsight, over the next few months before its official release as an e-book. You’ll get previews of the book’s description, reviews, cover artwork, and a heads up when it’s finally published. I plan to run it as a free ebook for its first week in the e-bookstore, so you don’t want to miss that (Who doesn’t love free stuff?). But of course, this site is not all about me. I’d like to get to know you too. Leave me a comment or two and let me know what you think as each new post comes out. I’ll respond to your feedback and use it to shape the overall look and delivery of the novel, Hindsight, before it hits the digital shelf, and hopefully, your personal library.