Last week I went completely AWOL, and it was actually Saturday before I even realised I hadn't posted in over a week. Huge apologies for this. So, what happened? I had two upcoming deadlines, one for finishing Valkyrie Fallen and the other for my submission to the Stand For Ukraine charity anthology. In the same… Continue reading Apologies For My Absence!
Is anyone else majorly pissed off that as soon as the pandemic is finally losing its impact, some old man with an inferiority complex decides to invade another country and put the world on the verge of WW3? Not going to lie, it's grinding my gears. But after what is probably the fifth major and… Continue reading Getting Pro-Active In Dark Times
Every time a potentially life-changing/world-changing event happens, my reading habits tend to change. Namely, I don't read as much. The initial shock of a pandemic, an economic crash, or war, takes a little getting used to. I read books to feel things, to see the world through other people's eyes, and to have some unique… Continue reading Reading Slump
I anticipated this happening when I first decided to release four books a year, but it's finally happened. I'm behind on my deadlines. Usually, at this point in the book publishing process, Valkyrie Fallen would be in the editing stages and book 6 in the late planning stages. Instead, I am still writing Valkyrie Fallen,… Continue reading Behind On Deadlines
If you've read my blog posts in the run-up to my other book releases, you will already know that I get pretty anxious when we hit the month before a release day. This time, I'm happy to say that this anxiety has now reduced to the week before. Every little helps. I don't think pre-release… Continue reading Counting Down To Release Day