I was honored to be featured in Hello! Magazine India. Here is the interview.
I’m honored to be on Pixie Vixen Reviews for a guest post, 10 Things You Might Not Know About Launching a Book. Read the excerpt below and check out the full post on Pixie Vixen Reviews.
When I started my publishing journey nearly a year ago, I had no idea the hard work, determination and detail that goes into publishing a book. At that time I was so confused about what to do and where to start. I was virtually a baby in the publishing arena, looking out in wonder at the vast world before me. I didn’t understand how it all worked, but I wanted to learn more.
The task ahead seemed like an insurmountable mountain looming before me, but then I found a wonderful virtual author assistant, Kate Tilton, in October of 2014. She introduced me to the amazing Laura Zats and the wonderful team at Wise Ink Creative Publishing, and so my publishing journey began.
There are many things to consider when publishing a book. Here is my top ten list of tools and ways to think about your project as a product during production and your launch that you may not have thought about before.
1 Audience. The first thing that Wise Ink had me do was fill out an audience profile worksheet. And I was completely lost. I had no idea we needed to do this, but in hindsight it was very necessary. After all, even though I had been writing my book for myself, my ultimate goal was to get The Last of the Firedrakes into other people’s hands. Figure out who your audience is, what they like to do, and what they want in a book.
Full Post on Pixie Vixen Reviews.
I’m honored to be on Miranda’s Book Blog for an interview. Read the excerpt below and check out the full interview on Miranda’s Book Blog.
What inspired you to write The Last of the Firedrakes?
Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp?
I’m honored to be on The Not So Public Library for an interview. Read the excerpt below and check out the full interview on The Not So Public Library.
I’m honored to be on Ramblings of a Perpetual New Girl for the second part of our interview. Read the excerpt below and check out the full interview on Ramblings of a Perpetual New Girl.
How do you overcome writer’s block?
I have faced writers block quite a few times, and sometimes it’s hard to get out of it. But you have to push yourself to keep writing, even if you are never going to use it, just put something on the page, and the rest will sort itself out.
How do you juggle writing & family life?
It does tend to get difficult since I have three little children and it gets hard to write at a specific time. Usually I prefer to write at night, after the children have gone to sleep and the house is quiet. But during the day when the children are at school I do research, read, and make notes about the book. Then I sit down and write when I have some time in between chores. I think I really should have some sort of schedule. I do intend to follow one from now on and try and write everyday, since I have to get going with books 2 and 3 of this series.