When I started this blog, I decided to only write about writing. I didn’t want to be one of those people blabbing about the insanely boring details of their life. Also, I wasn’t sure how much of myself I wanted to put out there in Web Space.
After reading Phoebe Quinn’s post below, I may have to rethink my position 🙂
by Phoebe Quinn Six year-old me dreamed of seeing my name shining on hardbacks in the window of Waterstone’s as the latest bestselling debut author. Twenty-seven year old me has altered the dream slightly to a single webpage with the all-important average customer rating hovering between 4 and 5. It’s less enchanting, but more […]
via Has Self-Publishing Made Everything a Bit…Sterile? — A Writer’s Path
If you’ve ever had to nurse an ego bleeding from a nasty review, this post by Tonya Moore is an excellent bandage 🙂
by Tonya R. Moore I think we call all agree that getting feedback on our writing is very important. Most of the time—whether it’s positive or negative, feedback serves to encourage or help us grow. We can learn a lot from negative feedback but this isn’t always the case. Sometimes it makes more sense […]
via When to Ignore Negative Feedback — A Writer’s Path
I am delighted to announce that my new book, Glimpses, is now available to buy on Amazon.
via Glimpses – Launch Day #NewBook #booklaunch — Hugh’s Views & News
You know that promise you make to yourself? When you swear you will never do this (behaviour of choice) again, ever? And then, of course, you do it again. Crazy, right?
Some time about the middle of my last book, I told myself never again. I sucked, no one was ever going to read my books anyway, why was I putting myself through this … you know the rant.
Done. Finished. Over.
A secondary character whispered to me. Wisps of scenes and conversations tantalized and teased and … (insert faourite expletive here)!!!
Okay, not over. Not done.
I’m writing book two in a trilogy. Crazy? Yes.
I’ve gone crazy and I won’t be back anytime soon.
But this is it. This trilogy — which at the moment amounts to a whole 400 words followed by no freaking idea — and I’m done. Really 🙂
Aimer at Amazon
A Little Blood
Rating: 4 stars out of 5 Can you handle forever? Eternity comes with a price. Forever is a lonely word and Etienne Vaillancourt needs more than blood. Andrew Delaney needs to pay down his s…
Source: An Alisa Review: A Little Blood (The Blood Bond Trilogy #1) by Aimer Boyz
That’s right. Steven Spielberg, Tim Burton, Sofia Coppola … and me. Okay, rather a large dose of poetic license there, but you knew that 🙂
Thanks to the magic of Movie Maker A Little Blood has a
Book Trailer !
And I’m a genius 🙂