Tag: self-publishing

Re-Defining New Adult

I missed it, but there was a conversation on Twitter last week about whether or not to include college-age protagonists in the Young Adult category. From the sound of it, people were evenly split–and since this is something I was already pondering, I know… Continue Reading “Re-Defining New Adult”

Horseback Kidnappings, Apparently?

In a recent interview with The Washington Post, Hillary Clinton said: “The whole romance novel industry is about women being grabbed and thrown on a horse and ridden off into the distance.” I laughed when I first read that. Then I grumbled. And then… Continue Reading “Horseback Kidnappings, Apparently?”

Random but handy…

It’s already been two weeks since the launch of my debut novel,¬†Ashes Swept.¬†Looking back, I can’t help but take stock of the entire process–what worked, what didn’t, and what to do another way next time. Here are five (totally random) things that I’ll definitely… Continue Reading “Random but handy…”