The dangers of being “almost done”

I’m almost done with Grey Winter, the sequel to my novel Blue Fall and the second in the Tournament Series of books that Griffith Publishing has been focused on now for the better part of a year. Almost done! Isn’t that great? That’s just great. I’ve given myself so many cookies-of-congratulation I’m growing a soft,…
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The best kind of escapism? Free escapism.

I’m never really one to have to dig for a reason to celebrate. I celebrate a lot of things. It’s good to celebrate. Just the other day I celebrated how effective Allegra D is at allowing me to breathe. This allergy season has made me want to throw myself off a balcony, but then ol’…
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Want to sell your book? Then you have to give it away.

Perhaps the greatest oxymoron of self-publishing is that in order to sell books you must give them away. I fought against it, at first. Everyone does. Every writer thinks that their precious book is a rare and beautiful flower, like an orchid that blooms once every century. It’s easy to fall prey to this line…
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