Category Archives: writing

KDP Select & 5 Day Free Observations

The month of December is almost over, and the one thing that I’ve read over and over is that December Kindle ebook sales took a nose dive this month.  It showed up all over the web, but as of right … Continue reading

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How I Did Facebook Wrong and Got 43,000 fans – A Writers Guide to Social Media

To my regular blog readers – this post isn’t the normal Holly-Humor-grackle-Apocalypse kinda post.  It’s for writers who are interested in using social media to market their books.  If you are a writer, read on, and be advised that the rest … Continue reading

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Chat with the Author of Demon Kissed & Cursed Live on Facebook

Yup, what the title says. When? RIGHT NOW – October 3, 2011 – 6pm EST. Come say hi – ask me stuff – read my random babblings usually contained over here…http://www.facebook.com/demonkissed

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Young Adult Novel DEMON KISSED Sells 10,000+ Copies!

DEMON KISSED just passed a major milestone! While I was having my sweet little son we passed over 10,000 copies bought by awesome fans like you! Thank you so much to everyone who tried a new author. There are tons … Continue reading

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Twilight Rip-offs & the Damn Donkey Wanna-Be’s

(Since many of my blog readers are under 15-years-old, this section is here for them.  If you know what sarcasm and satire are, skip ahead.  The 5 things below are written in satire, and are meant to poke fun.  Don’t worry, I’m … Continue reading

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Tips for Young Writers Part II: Plot, Dialogue, Descriptions, & Age

I recently asked Demon Kissed book fans via our Facebook fan page what questions they had about writing.  There were several about plot and publishing.  I’ll answer stuff Q&A style this time. “Do you believe a 17 year old should … Continue reading

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Dystopian Hoopla

While the picture is very funny, it does not define dystopian literature.  So here is a definition. DYSTOPIAN: an often futuristic society that has crashed into a repressive and controlled state, often pretending to be utopian or perfect/ ideal. Really, … Continue reading

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