In my goals for February, I said I wanted to make a decision about whether or not I was going to do interviews. And, for better or worse, I think I’ve made one.
I said something last week in a random Twitter post the I should start planning my blog posts ahead of time. I’m now thinking that I spoke truer than I’d intended.
Years ago, back in the days of my first blogging attempts (I think it was 1873), I’d asked someone to read the sample from Chapter One of House Valerius. They very kindly did and gave me some feedback.
The good citizens of Romley have spoken of Selena Highland in hushed rumors and innuendos for years. But the children of the town know her better. They flock to her, sitting with her and taking turns telling tales to entertain her. But still, there is something wrong at Highland House. Secrets and madness cling to its walls.
A question from one of the recent #authorconfessions asked, “Why did you choose your genre?” At the time I said I chose… Read more Genres
I have a t-shirt, one that I purchased during a visit to Universal studios. On the front, in big red letters designed to look like blood, it reads “Fear will eat you alive”. More and more I’m coming to realise how true that is.
As I’ve said before I often take part in little Twitter games and prompts. One of the most recent was to name my five favourite male and female characters.
Time to lay out what I want to get done in February. Like I said, I was happy about two… Read more February Goals
I’ve posted another small story, The Priest.
Well, January was a bit of a mixed bag, at least as far as my goals went. I’m not entirely happy with the way things panned out but I do feel relatively good about at least some of the results I got.