Indie authorship often seems to disdain the niceties of Newtonian physics. Why do I sometimes struggle to write a word during a lazy three-day weekend, but scratch out two pages before a 7AM meeting? How did I complete the draft of Syzygy Part IV more quickly than any of its predecessors, but take three months … Continue reading “Syzygy Pt IV: Escape Velocity” Book Release Date
Two years ago this week, I published my debut novel Blue Karma. Hard to believe I've been at this indie author gig for that much time already (or that little time, depending on how I look at it)! The anniversary makes a perfect kickoff for my platform expansion. That's right, I'm expanding distribution to include Barnes … Continue reading Now on Nook: Me!
We're in the midst of kitchen remodeling here at Chez JK, and a wee plumbing issue had us drinking bottled water for a few days (and to think my Laddie laughed at me when I bought an emergency reserve all those months ago). As I trekked down to the basement for a fresh gallon, grumbling, I … Continue reading Drops in the Ocean: A Book Giveaway for Charity on World Water Day
At the end of 2016, I submitted a short story for a science fiction anthology. If you’ve kept up with my ramblings, you’ll know that the short story format presents huge challenges to me. But I thought this particular effort turned out well. Ambitious in its narrative scope, the story packed a lot of complexity … Continue reading Success in Failure: or, an Oddly Empowering Rejection
“So are Ash and Skye going to get together or what?” my mom demanded after reading the latest installment of my Syzygy series. I stifled a groan. “Do you think I'm that predictable?” “No, I just know you.” Meaning she knows I’m a total sucker for a good ship. Since childhood, I’ve endured tedious book series and shark-jumping … Continue reading Shipping and Handling, Part 1: How to write romantic subplots