More Griffin in Hyacinth

I've posted a couple times now about taking the opportunity of publishing the Svatura series with The Wild Rose Press to make revisions to the previously self-published books. With Hyacinth--the second book in the series (now available for preoder)--I took this chance to beef up the hero's role in the book. Griffin was one of my... Continue Reading →

Time for a Break

I feel like I'm coming to the end of a very long journey that started way back in May of 2014. It's a road I put myself on, and I'm thrilled with the results, but also extremely ready for a break. May - Write Paranormal, Submit Paranormal Last May started with a workshop that resulted in my... Continue Reading →

Rewrites: Changing a Scene

When I was going through the first rounds of Andromeda's Fall and received the first critiques back from Wendy, I realized that I needed to a change a big scene in the story. At a guess, I'd bet most (if not all) authors have had to go through something like this at one point. You... Continue Reading →

Taking the Risk to Stop and Re-Write

I am almost half-way through writing the 3rd book in my Svatura series - Crimson Dahlia. Over a hundred pages in, I was getting a feeling that I wasn't entirely satisfied with where the book was headed. While I have some specific plot points in mind when I write, how I get there is a... Continue Reading →

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