Hello, friends! It’s getting to that time of year where summer is approaching, but you still have to get through finals before it’s officially here. Since summer’s coming up, I’ll most likely have more time to post (yay!), so I thought I would ask you all what you’d like to see me post about the most. If you have any questions about the options, comment below!
Thanks for your help, friends! Comment below about why you chose what you did, and have a wonderful day!
Hello, friends! Can you believe that Indie E-Con is already over??? It’s been a crazy, fun week, and I enjoyed every minute of it! If you missed the posts I did, you can still check them out. I’m doing my best to reply to comments, but sometimes the internet doesn’t like me. I was so excited to post about plot twists, Photoshop, and blogging! Don’t forget to check out some of the other authors’ posts. I didn’t get to read all of them, but the ones I did get to read were great!
And you remember how I mentioned the Indie E-Con Book Awards? Well, Twinepathy won two awards! First, it won Best Trip to Space (or Antarctica!), or the Best Sci-fi Award. The second award was the Best Set of Clues, or best mystery. Thank you all so much for your votes!
If you’d like to read more about the future of Indie E-Con, check out this link. And as a final reminder, Twinepathy is on sale for only a few more days, so pick it up while it’s still $0.99!
Thanks so much for your votes in the Book Awards! What was your favorite part of Indie E-Con? Are you excited for next year? Comment down below!
Hullo, everyone! As promised yesterday, here is the sign up for the Twinepathy book tour! Thank you all for your congratulations and support. If you haven’t, check out Twinepathy on Amazon and add it to your Goodreads shelves.
And, finally, here’s the Twinepathy Blog Tour sign-up form! Please share this post on your own blog, website, or social media–the more bloggers we can get to participate, the better!
If you have an questions, feel free to ask them below!
Hullo, everyone! Just a quick post to let you know that I did an author interview with Ally at The Scribbling Sprite! The post went up yesterday, and I was so excited! You should definitely go check it out, and take a peek at some of her other posts, too. You can also check out her sweet review of Paralyzed Dreams while you’re at it! 😀 Have a great day, everyone!
Hi, everyone! I’m excited to announce that next weekend, on March 7th, we’ll be having a virtual blog tour for Paralyzed Dreams! It’s going to be lots of fun, with some neat posts and book reviews… but I don’t want to spoil too much. Make sure to come on over next weekend and check out all the posts!
If I haven’t asked you to join, and you’d like to participate, let me know in the comments! I’d love to have you join in!
Hey, everyone! I must apologize for the lack of posts lately. What with the beginning of school and such, I have not had much time for posting, and my blog has gotten pushed towards the back burner, in a way. Since school is definitely more important than blogging (sorry, folks!) I probably won’t be posting much during the week, except for pre-scheduled posts. But on the weekends… Watch out! Actually, I’ll try not to go overboard. 😉 I hope everyone has a wonderful day/night, and that you have not gotten tired by my ramblings. Again, apologies.
Thanks so much to Aul at Montairyus for nominating this blog for the Liebster Award! The rules are: Present 11 facts about yourself. Answer 11 questions posed by the person who nominated you. Create your own 11 questions and present these to … Continue reading →
Although I’m not exactly new to the blogosphere, this is a new blog for me. Obviously, since this is the first post.
I’ve created this blog to promote my writing and to get my writing out to the world, while freeing up my other blog for that which it was originally intended: to spread the Good News, the best news, of the salvation we have through Jesus Christ. Please check it out: proverbs31teen.wordpress.com.
I hope you enjoy what I write and that you’ll provide plenty of positive feedback. I mostly write young adult and middle grade fiction, although I don’t have a particular genre I write in as I like to experiment. Thank you so much for reading and I hope you enjoy jumping into the World of the Writer.