As release day hovers like a fog over this month (I think the official release was yesterday, although readers started getting copies of the book like three weeks ago?) I thought I’d dust off this old blog and do a few posts about this final chapter in the Neverland Wars saga. I use the term… Continue reading The Covers of The Neverland Wars Trilogy
One of the librarians I worked with during my book tour recently got in touch and asked if I had any resources for young writers. She runs a Young Author club through King Country Library System up in Washington, and has many ambitious writers gearing up for NaNoWriMo this year. At first I panicked, because… Continue reading Wonky, Quirky, Writing Resources for NaNoWriMo
What a crazy end to summer! September was a wild month, especially after all the chaos and (wonderful) intensity of the 99 cent special we ran on the ebook when we announced The Piper’s Price. The book rocketed up into the top #200 of all the millions of Kindle Books on Amazon, and we got… Continue reading Islands, Murders, and More in September
Hello, hello, hello! It is with great pleasure that I announce THE NEVERLAND WARS II: THE PIPER’S PRICE is set for release in February 2017. I’ve been working like crazy on it, and thanks to the support and effort of my publisher, we’re going to be able to bring this book into being less than… Continue reading How to Celebrate a Sequel? A 99¢ Ebook!
Hello, hello! I’m typing this with sticky BBQ sauced fingers which means only one thing… I’m back in Washington, at Third Place Commons, working on my writing, and eating Burney Brother’s pulled pork, as I have for some eight years now. I’m going to be in Washington for a while. Among other things, summer break… Continue reading A Case of the Sequel Blues
I forget the actual name of this motel, but if you’re ever in Grants Pass and need to spend the night, drive down 6th Street until you see a bear playing a bright blue bass. This is the best motel ever (except, perhaps, the Fernwood motel in Big Sur, but that is in a class… Continue reading Greetings From The Jazz Bear Motel!
I must say, this is going along much better than I thought it would. I spent the last week doing my first read-through of the manuscript, and I was pleasantly surprised at how often it had me in stitches. Sometimes I forget that I’m writing these books for my own amusement as much as anything… Continue reading Editing & Ready for a Vacation
It’s amazing how much a difference how you decorate can make! I’m on a roll, and I hesitate to stop and even take the time away from my book to compose a blog post. You all ought to have an update though, and I’m happy to share my joy and remind myself why I’m so… Continue reading A New Writing Space
Hello! Have you ever noticed that no matter how hard you think you’re working you start working exponentially harder as the deadline approaches? Here I was thinking I would front-load work for my book…nope! I just have more time to do the more things that need to get done. I wrote a promotion plan right… Continue reading The Quest for Reviewers