Indie Weekend: NaNoWriMo

Indie Weekend: NaNoWriMo

Ahh, November. When the autumn sets in for real (or the spring, if you’re in the southern hemisphere) and the weather’s firmly set on the next brutal season and the last vestiges of the previous one are fading. And writers everywhere hunker down in front...

Indie Weekend: Creative Bursts

Once, I fancied myself one of those organized people who plans releases with plenty of time to complete them and meets their deadlines with consistency, grace, and aplomb. Only once. I had a lie-down and disabused myself of that notion straightaway. My magic is messy....
Indie Weekend: Exploring

Indie Weekend: Exploring

One of the things I “get” to do as an indie is experiment. I use “get” in quotes because, as anyone who’s ever been in a lab with high school kids knows, the advantages can sometimes be…dubious. And that’s when things don’t get into downright dangerous. (Note: DO NOT...
Roadmaps 2018

Roadmaps 2018

The Way Forward I’m trying something new here. From the time I first launched Huntress as a serial in 2015, I’ve been dumping a LOT of information into my brain about marketing, social media, book launches, series launches, what works, what doesn’t,...
Some Go Nova

Some Go Nova

We lost another great one. St. Bowie, patron of weirdos, outcasts, oddballs, freaks, and artists everywhere. I struggled with finding a picture to go with this post. I don’t think the man has taken a bad picture in his life. Whether strutting around on stage in...
Cleaning Out The Closets

Cleaning Out The Closets

Just a short post to report in that I’m “cleaning out the closets” figuratively here at the blog–testing out some new under-the-hood stuff and playing around with some different look-and-feel bits. I have a few freelance tasks I’m keeping...
Exciting New Things

Exciting New Things

I had one real New Year’s Resolution I made for 2015 (not counting the usual ones about getting in shape and eating better and finally taking down that evil monkey in the closet…). And that was to put out more books in 2015 than I did in 2014. I figured...

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