Or, at least, how I do it. Okay, not literally at the same time. I found that I have done this since I began writing seriously, while I was working on edits with my first novel, I was writing another. But editing one and writing one are two different things. On many occasions, I am writing... Continue Reading →
Aren’t you tired of reading, or even seeing, the same old formula? The Hero always wins, the guy gets the girl. Two people met, they fall in love, they have a big fight, they make up and ride off into the sunset. If you read the structures, and plot outlines, and writing for mainstream,... Continue Reading →
Hi Toneye, tell us about your books, genre, stand-alone or series. Toneye: Hi, Theresa! And hails n howls to your readers! My books range from Dark Fantasy, through to extreme horror, and bouncing around the many subgenres in between. The Dark Fantasy books are part of my ongoing ‘The Sacred Blade of Profanity’ series.... Continue Reading →
Good Morning, afternoon, or evening, to my wonderful readers. My new book, The Cimmerians was published this am! If you like looking over your shoulder and jumping at every shadow, then this one is for you. Grab your E-Book and drop a review. Paperbacks coming soon. If it's not your cup-of-tea please share with your friends, encase it's... Continue Reading →
I am not going to blog tomorrow as per usual – but instead leave this here for the week. It’s an important share to many who have fought, are fighting, or have lost to cancer.
In 2015 my good friend and fellow author, Ian D. Moore invited members of our FB writing group the IASD (see www.indieauthorsupportanddiscussion.com) to write and contribute original stories for an anthology of short stories on the theme of Relationships in all their many and varies forms. The idea was born out of the author’s personal loss of a much loved close relative to cancer.
Many of the authors, both in this edition and the forthcoming 2018 Macmillan anthology have had personal experience of cancer, either coming to terms with it personally and/or via friends and family.
Even as I post this story, Ian D. Moore and a number of Indie authors are busy editing and formatting the contributions for the 2018 edition, also in aid of Macmillan cancer. In addition to the adult contributions, a number of younger have also contributed to the book.
Needless to say, I will be blogging…
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I created a similar list a few years ago, but times change. New places arrive and old ones shut down. Here are some of the current ones I use, some free, some with variable pricing. Some with special fun features. The Independent Author Network, truly does what they say they are going to do.... Continue Reading →
My next book is in editing! It will be published before April, I can feel it. I planned a novel but it ended as a novella, and I didn't want to over fluff it, therefore I am leaving it as is. My readers will be thrilled with that news, as it's fast-paced, thrilling, and chilling! ... Continue Reading →
Hey, I was honored to be the spotlight on Milly’s blog. Check her out too!
Thanks again Milly.
This is a guest post by Theresa Jacobs.
I was46 yrs. old, working in retail, and had squashed my desire to write for twenty plus years. I was beginning to question my life, or more so, my lack of ambition in 2016. One day I woke up and said to myself: “Life is pointless if I am not happy with who I am.”
My new life as a writer was born that day.
I did have a dusty, twenty-year-old manuscript, housed on floppy discs – for those who may not know, this is an outdated mode of saving files.
I have a tendency to jump straight from the frying pan into the fire. I took these files, and without re-reading the book, or doing any editing, I decided to upload it to Amazon. That was not a brilliant idea. I just put a rough draft out there…
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