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Book 3 and Cover Art

Well, I think I’ve done about as much as I can with THE IGNORED PROPHECY until I get some reactions from beta readers. It’s down to 108,500 words, which isn’t bad. 214 more words


Accepting Bad Reviews Part of Being an Author

Yesterday, my friend Kriss Morton wrote a blog in which she wonders whether it is worth it to continue reviewing books by indie authors. You can read it here… 1,305 more words



Whew! Despite a couple of busy weeks, I’m on schedule to get THE IGNORED PROPHECY (sequel to THE SHAMAN’S CURSE) ready for beta readers next month. 289 more words


New Site Updates - Cover Art and Cover Artists

Spending this weekend updating the Noble Expressions/Noble Enterprises website.

Now Live — a list of talented cover artists and the Coolest Cover Art page (open for submissions). 67 more words


Starting Over... Again.

For the last nine months or so, I’ve been working as a freelance editor for one of the major e-book publishers/small presses. I spent several months going through training, and I had finally gotten to the point where I had a nice “stable” of great authors and a somewhat steady—albeit sometimes a little late—monthly income. 365 more words


I’m jealous of you

You can only be jealous of someone who has something you think you ought to have yourself.” Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale

Much to my chagrin, when I graduated from college I wasn’t able to find a job that I was happy with. 356 more words


The Irony of Being An Indie Author

I think I first happened upon the idea of becoming a writer when I was in third grade. My reason for wanting to be a writer was probably the usual one: I loved to read. 515 more words