Why I Love Journals (And You Should Too)

I’m kinda obsessed with journals. It’s not my fault. There are so many gorgeous journals out there just begging to be bought, and I’m a writer. A pen and paper are tools of the trade, so buying journals is a pretty much a business expense. The thing is… I hardly ever write in them. That’sContinue reading “Why I Love Journals (And You Should Too)”

The White Knight & Black Valentine Series is EVERYWHERE

Good news, super readers! For years now, my superhero books have only been available on Amazon, but as of today, I’m sending them out into the big, wide world. They’re still available on Amazon, of course. But if you prefer to buy ebooks somewhere else, you can chose from Kobo, Apple iBooks, and a varietyContinue reading “The White Knight & Black Valentine Series is EVERYWHERE”

Free Short Story: The Braden Banshee

You know the feeling of finishing a good book? You loved it but end up depressed that it’s over, longing to spend more time with the characters. If I did my job right, that’s the feeling you got at the end of The Ghost Machine. And do I have good news for you. The BradenContinue reading “Free Short Story: The Braden Banshee”

The Ghost Machine Sale and Extras

Hey, guys! If you haven’t read The Ghost Machine yet, it’s on sale for 99¢ this week as part of the promotion for Clockmaker‘s upcoming release. Grab the ebook off Amazon before it goes back up to $3.99 this weekend. Also, I had so much fun making a Pinterest board for Clockmaker that I decidedContinue reading “The Ghost Machine Sale and Extras”

The Evolution of a Novel

Hero Status sprang from my mind, fully formed, like Athena from the head of Zeus. Lol, no. It was actually a painfully long first draft, followed by countless rewrites, beta feedback, and even more rewrites. Scenes were added, the structure tweaked, and the writing ironed out before it became the version you now read. ButContinue reading “The Evolution of a Novel”

Clockmaker Pinterest Board

Clockmaker‘s release date is a little over a month away, so while you’re all waiting, check out this Pinterest board of images related to the novel. Since the book is set in the late 1800s (albeit an alternate steampunk version), I did a bit of research on historical settings and costuming. Some of the imagesContinue reading “Clockmaker Pinterest Board”