Category archive: Writing & Publishing

Researching Possibilities for my Latest Novel

Well, if a renovated site wasn’t enough to be excited for, I have another “something new” planned that I’m very excited about coming up! I’ve discovered a website called Kickstarter.com which allows you to launch new products, inventions—almost anything—as long as it’s creative. So I thought what better way to test the waters and create…

Photo Shoot Success!!! :)

As some of you know from my posts on my Facebook publishing page at www.facebook.com/ClosetCasePress I was both excited and nervous about my upcoming photo shoot for the cover of my new book with the gorgeous male model I had chosen. Well, I am happy to report that the day went perfectly—my nerves finally calmed,…

Reviews: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

A positive review is enough to get me dancing around my bedroom like a fool! But as everyone knows, not all reviews are positive. I was once asked in a radio interview regarding my novel, “What do you do when you get a negative review?” My immediate response was: “I brush it off and keep…

Authors Den

Hey there everyone, Well, I was never able to recover my lost manuscript . . . so I’ve begun again with what little I had saved on my computer. Disheartening to say the least, but it will get done. In the meantime, I’ve been working on updating my website a bit. I changed some of…

Publishing . . .

Although I run my own publishing company, www.ClosetCasePress.com, I have often wondered about the simplicity of print on demand books and ebooks. I’ve been resisting trying either because I have to admit, there’s nothing like seeing 1000 books being delivered to your doorstep on a palate. Of course the one drawback to this is having…

Here are some little known facts about my approach to writing and my quirks:

Here are some little known facts about my approach to writing and my quirks: I can’t read any books—not anything while I’m writing because I’m afraid I’ll pick up the last author’s voice I’ve read. I’m an insomniac and write best between midnight and 4 am. When I have an emotional scene in a book…

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