It’s Going Really Well, Thank You

Back in January, I posted this to my Facebook page:

I didn’t post it for encouragement, and I wasn’t fishing for “likes.” Honestly, I already had all the motivation I needed to write the book all the way through.

What I wanted was accountability, and hoo boy, have people been holding me accountable. Continue reading


I Shall #BoostMyBio for #PitchWars 2018

About ten years ago, I wrote my first YA novel. It was dumb.

The main character was this kid named Miles who wrote a fantasy story about a vampire named Raphael Vedemicci that rode a dragon named Sylph. The kid’s actual real life sucked, so he made awesome things happen in his story to compensate for the disappointment.

I called it “The Vampire Diary.” I was deeply, unconsolably upset when “The Vampire Diaries” became an actual show on TV like a year later. I don’t know why. My book was a G-Darned disaster. I’m embarrassed to have said so much about it here, frankly. Readers deserve better. Continue reading