It's TODAY!! Today, the long-anticipated dystopian novel "Apparent Power" is AVAILABLE FOR SALE! I am so insanely proud of my dear friend Dacia for all of her hard work, and for birthing this beautiful piece of literature! I really cannot say enough good things about Dacia OR her writing! If you like dystopian stories, like… Continue reading Apparent Power – RELEASED TODAY
Blog Tour: Dacia M. Arnold on Writing, Life, and "Apparent Power" #amwriting #blogtour #apparentpower #writerslife #writingcommunity #authorlife #dystopian
It's November 15th!! Do you know what that means?! IT'S MY BIRTHDAY! But, even MORE exciting, it's The Unseelie Prince's birthday, too!! Look at the AMAZING gift my best friend/sister from another mister sent me! ❤ Today, you can buy a copy on Amazon.com! You can order a copy for your e-reader for $2.99, or… Continue reading The Unseelie Prince – RELEASED TODAY!
Pre-Order The Unseelie Prince e-book today! #amwriting #authorlife #writerslife #TheUnseeliePrince #Bookrelease
Wow, it's been a minute since I posted anything up on here! I have lots of exciting updates, so buckle in! First, I got some remarkable artwork of the characters in The Daffodil Witch from artist Yultuzay Star! Oliver and Beaumont: And Lady Roksana: Are those not PHENOMENAL!? I'm so in love, she managed to… Continue reading Catching Up
Writers, only 4 days left to register before the 10K Novel Writing Challenge starts!
Make sure you get in right away, so you can spend October writing about 350 words a day?for a total of 10,000 words added to your novel.
Whether your novel is a blank page or halfway done, whether you’re a published author or total beginner, you’re welcome to join us!
Novelists of all skill levels are welcome, and you could even win an award for your writing, and be an award-winning author by the end of the month.
See you there! Enter the Challenge now
So someone on Twitter asked me for a list of older #ThursdayAesthetic themes for those who are new to the hashtag.
(See this post if you’re wondering what #ThursdayAesthetic is.)
I thought it was a great idea to keep a running list. Thanks @Avery_Marsh for the suggestion! I’m including my own tweets from each week as an example.
4.05.2018: No theme! This was week one, when this all happened.
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Hey all! I disappeared for a while, and I'm sorry! Not sure I have very many readers on here yet to be disappointed, but I still should have checked in! I got overwhelmed with Camp NaNoWriMo. In the end, I didn't finish--but I DID write all but the last 10k words of The Daffodil Witch,… Continue reading Setting up a Patreon
But right now, that novel is just a bunch of ideas bouncing around in your head.
So how do you get from here…to there?
Start with your Daily Action Calendar, which is available to you when you join our online writing group, the (brand new) Better Writers Club!
Think of your Daily Action Calendar as a straight line from where you are now to the virtual shelves of Amazon, and even your local bookstore.
Every day, your Calendar gives you one simple action you can take to move forward on your novel. No more wondering what you’re supposed to be doing and when, while feeling more and more overwhelmed and then losing motivation altogether.
As time goes on…
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Please excuse me while I go full fangirl, but if you’ve spent any time asking for recs on the LGBTQReads Tumblr, you know that Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit falls out of my mouth about twelve times a day. So how psyched am I to be revealing the cover of Jaye Robin Brown‘s next f/f YA, The Meaning of Birds, which releases on April 16, 2019?? (Very. Is that not obvious? I’m sorry, I thought it was obvious.) Here’s the story behind the story:
Ever since her father’s death, Jessica has struggled with the anger building inside her. And being one of the only out teens in school hadn’t helped matters. But come sophomore year, all that changes when effervescent Vivi crashes into her life. As their relationship blossoms, Vivi not only helps Jess deal with her pain, she also encourages her to embrace her talent…
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