Monthly Archives: May 2018

Bullet Journaling for Indie Authors

By now, I’m sure everyone has heard of bullet journaling. If you haven’t you are seriously missing out. Bullet journaling is an easy yet fun way to stay organized and creative all at the same time.  Are you interested? You … Continue reading

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Why I chose to Self-Publish instead of going the Traditional Publishing Route

Did I consider going the traditional publishing route? Of course I did. There isn’t an author, or want-to-be author, out there that hasn’t daydreamed of being picked-up by a traditional publishing house, given a huge advance, and being allowed to … Continue reading

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8 Female Indie Authors Who Are Killin’ It

This article, written by Shayla Raquel, from 2015 recently popped up in my news feed, and made me realize just how far I’ve come as an author in the last 3 years. 8 Female Indie Authors Who Are Killin’ It … Continue reading

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2018 Catfish Literary Festival

One of the things I love the most about being an indie-author is getting out and talking to people about my books and about the self-publishing process. I got to do just that on April 28th, when I spent the … Continue reading

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