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Revision Plan

Revisions on THE VOICE OF PROPHECY are proceeding well.

The first thing I did when I started this round of revisions was make a plan. It started with going through the various critiques I’d received (three and a half–one person didn’t finish) in detail. 499 more words


Author Media Kit

This past week, while cleaning out e-mail and reading writing newsletters I subscribe to, I ran across an article in a newsletter that nearly made me gasp. 530 more words


The Key

As I start on the revisions to THE VOICE OF PROPHECY,

I stumbled on this series of posts about character arc and suddenly the whole thing becomes clear. 61 more words


Office Progress

I’m ready to really dive into the revisions on The Voice of Prophecy, now.

I’ve got all of the comments from my critique partners marked up in the manuscript. 54 more words


Flashback - Ian Hocking (2011)

*** Spoiler alert ***
Hocking’s sequel to ‘Déjà vu’ finds Saskia Brandt in Germany in 2003, embarking on a relationship with a blue-haired girl called Jem. 352 more words


What would be the first word in your book?

There is something about words. In expert hands, manipulated deftly, they take you prisoner. Wind themselves around your limbs like spider silk, and when you are so enthralled you cannot move, they pierce your skin, enter your blood, numb your thoughts. 355 more words


Cover Reveal, Revisions, and the Sale’s Still On

Want a sneak peek at the cover of THE VOICE OF PROPHECY (which used to be called THE IGNORED PROPHECY)?
Here it is.

Love that feeling of a wave about to crash (as opposed to the lightning strike on the first cover). 149 more words