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Showing posts from October, 2020

FULL DARK - 3rd Anniversary

Can you believe it's been three years since  FULL DARK was published?  I can't.  Since then, the book has earned several 5-star reviews, gotten a face lift (thank you, Carrie Butler!), and has generated over $200 in donations to the Gary Sinise Foundation . Thank you, readers! To celebrate, we've put the ebook on sale for $1.99. If you've been wanting to add it to your TBR, now's the time. Encourage anyone who enjoys creepy, suspenseful stories to grab a copy soon!

IWSG October - Am I really a writer?

This is my Insecure Writers Support Group post for October 2020. Alex's awesome co-hosts this month are:    Jemima Pett,   Beth Camp, Beverly Stowe McClure,   &   Gwen Gardner! Please stop by their blogs and say thank you .  I decided to join IWSG again and let this take the place of my monthly blog post. The pressure is on to keep up and not get booted from the list! 😛 This month's question is: When you think of the term working writer, what does that look like to you? What do you think it is supposed to look like? Do you see yourself as a working writer or aspiring or hobbyist, and if the latter two, what does that look like? When I picture a 'working writer,' I imagine someone who works at writing full time. They might be a fiction writer or a member of another profession that requires a lot of writing, such as a technical writer or journalist. Regardless, whether at home or in an office, they write most of every workday as one would work at any