Quote of the Day: “Be brave enough to live life creatively. The creative place where no one else has ever been.”Alan Alda
Just a quick note to my mystery-thriller fans! You’re invited to enter my Goodreadsgiveaway for a chance to win one of 50 Kindle copiesof Primed For Revenge, Sydney Jones Series Book 1. Hurry, the magic ends at midnight for entering the contest.
I’m looking for bloggers and reviewers to read and review Primed For Revenge, Sydney Jones Series Book 1. Message me with your email address for providing your personal Kindle gift code. The review copies will be emailed on the official release date – April 2, 2019. Thank you!
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Quote of the Day: “What is not started today is never finished tomorrow.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
January 2019 is here and I’m ready to re-engage with my writing life. One thing I’ve learned from mistakes from the past – never stop writing.
As you probably know, I did, immediately after releasing The Long Road Home. I couldn’t calm down and focus on a new novel. I was so excited with the attention the novel was receiving and trying to stay on top of correspondence and marketing was a full-time job.
I learned. As you probably know by now, I’m releasing a new mystery-thriller in early 2019. This time I’m back at my keyboard writing a new addition to the yet unpublished series. I promise you’ll want to wait for it! I have made a special video for my followers to announce this new mystery series. I think you’ll love it!
I’m trying something new with my plotting in this new mystery series. My subjects tend to be complex with a lot of spinning pieces and twist and turns. Being a visual person, I wanted to map out the plot in larger detail than on a typewritten page.
My answer was to go retro with a chalkboard to plot the course and map out the theme. I found just the one I wanted at you know where – Amazon. I can’t wait to use the board to amplify my vision for this new mystery murder series. I hope to share this experience with you via YouTube!
Writers are often looking for ways to improve their writing life. I saw this today and felt it had merit. It makes good sense to me.