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One Good Day Oughta Do Me Some Good

It’s been a challenging couple weeks. I won’t lie, despite the fact that my mother (hi mom!!! I’m on the internet!) and possibly a couple of my employers may read this. 😉 Thankfully, in general my employers (and mother) are familiar with my penchant for the dramatic, so hopefully they’ll be understanding of the desire […]

Why Indie Authors Must Compartmentalize

Hi there! It’s Kell, and I was on vacation at Gearhart, Oregon, so naturally this is a little late. I totally missed Wednesday as my computer wouldn’t function, and I was tired. Now, while I was on that beach trip to Gearhart (check out my Instagram for pictures!), I realized something about myself. It’s something […]

5 Author Blogging Tips, Spamalot, and Other Updates

Hey y’all! I know … I’ve got some explaining to do! Each of my followers got something like twenty-eight emails this Wednesday. I bet you were confused … a lot of you contacted me to let me know, which I really appreciated. I’ll explain that in this post along with giving you my best author […]

Reveries Co. Blog Tour Wrapup

And here we are … the final day for the blog tour! 🤪😶😱😯 Never have five days flown so fast … and I’ve been crazy busy! This is the last day to score HUGE discounts from our service providers! Click here to check them out! Just so you know, you can still enter giveaways and whatnot […]

Beyond Her Calling, Blog Tour: Day 7

Hey y’all! This is the last official post of the blog tour before the wrapup tomorrow evening! Sorry for it getting out so late. I worked from 10 AM until pretty much now today, so yep. Tomorrow’s post will be similar – only even later. (Gym meet!) Today is future day! That means we’re talking […]

Beyond Her Calling, Blog Tour: Day 4

Hullo, folks! Welcome tae th’ fourth day o’ th’ Beyond Her Calling blog tour! Jordy McAllen here! Today is Jordy Day! Which means we shall talk about me an’ me an’ me. (An’ I’m no’ givin’ ye a “glossary,” so ye better keep up with me brogue!) An’ now, let’s talk about Jordy McAllen (e.g. me)! (an’ th’ […]

Beyond Her Calling, Blog Tour: Day 3

Hello ladies and gents! Welcome to the third day of the Beyond Her Calling blog tour! Wow, the days are going fast, am I right? Today is Ivy Day! Which means from this point forward, the post shall belong to one Miss Ivy Knight, and she shall talk about her story and give some bio details […]

October and November Are Coming

So this is going to be a pretty relaxed, quick post explaining all the stuff going on. It’s going to be scary. It’s going to be rushed. But it must be done. Because I care about you not being completely confused through these next two months. So. Without further ado, let me tell you about […]

An Interview with Faith Blum

Today we have an interview with Faith Blum! It’s a great interview where Faith provides some answers to questions about Sing a Wondrous Story and her writing process. While you’re here, remember the giveaway is still running! Be sure to enter now for a chance to win the prize! On an unrelated note, I have […]

5 Times You Can Sneak Writing In

When you’re super busy, it can be hard to find time to write! I know as a recent high school grad with a part-time job, lots of volunteer work, and some non-writing hobbies, it can be hard to budget my sit-down-stare-at-the-cursor-blinking minutes in. But sometimes I just need to think outside of the box! So […]

We’re Having an Event

Goldfish Secrets is launching and Flowers is getting a paperback version! This is happening on the 10th of September. Soooo … obviously we gotta celebrate, right? THE ANSWER IS “RIGHT,” Y’ALL. (Sorry for giving that away before you had a chance to think about it.) We are gonna celebrate like mad. Well … more like I’ve […]

Does Your Novel Deserve a Sequel?

Does your novel deserve a sequel? That’s a tough question to answer. As fiction writers, I think we’d most often like the answer to be: “Yes!” It’s hard to let go of characters and plots and worlds we adore. However – surprise, surprise – not all novels need a sequel. In fact, some of them […]