Don’t worry about the need to learn something new

Twenty-four weeks after the second day of the new year First of all, Author and Sister would like to thank you. The last blog post wasn’t an easy one for Continue Reading →

A promise to you fulfilled: more about our Canada Quest

Twenty-three weeks after the second day of the new year This post is different from all the others in that it doesn’t talk about writing or publishing. It doesn’t talk Continue Reading →

You’re afraid. So what?

You're afraid. So what?

Twenty-two weeks after the second day of the new year Author is pleased to say that the frustrating week she told you about in her last post was just that, Continue Reading →

What a frustrating week!

Don't let frustration take over

Twenty-one weeks after the second day of the new year This morning Author prepared a perfect cup of coffee and then that round plastic top of the milk carton fell Continue Reading →

Adjusting to a somewhat different routine

Adjusting to a different routine

Twenty weeks after the second day of the new year First, a personal note: Oracle’s Hunt received its first two reviews. Any words Author could say would diminish from these Continue Reading →

Research: when it calls, you should follow

The exposure in self publishing author & sister

Nineteen weeks after the second day of the new year Now that Oracle’s Hunt has been published, Author is more eager than ever to finish the next book in the Continue Reading →

Introducing: Oracle’s Hunt

Eighteen weeks after the second day of the new year.  Finally! Author and Sister’s second novel has been published. Author can now refer to what she has so far called Continue Reading →

Don’t worry about the mess

Anna Claire Everward

Seventeen weeks after the second day of the new year With all those questions Author told you about in her last post and all sorts of other tasks Sister needed Continue Reading →

This will take some getting used to. Or: Exposure is not easy

Author and Sister

Sixteen weeks after the second day of the new year. When you put a book out there for everyone to see, you put yourself out there, too. Toward the launch Continue Reading →

Right. Time for some serious work.

The next book Anna Claire Everward

Fifteen weeks after the second day of the new year Not that it’s not all serious work, every bit of it. It’s just that the red folder is empty. Author Continue Reading →

Addition, re-emphasis, whatever you want to call it, as long as you read this: details do matter

details do matter when you self publish a book

Fourteen weeks after the second day of the new year Author had another post in mind for this week, but certain occurrences have led her to return instead to her Continue Reading →

Then one day you realize you’re not a complete novice anymore

Thirteen weeks after the second day of the new year Author is finding that working on her next book for you is different than it was with her first two Continue Reading →

For the next book: still transitioning to complete focus. For the current book: the very last details

For the next book: still transitioning to complete focus. For the current book: the very last details

Twelve weeks after the second day of the new year Going from the work involved in the pre-publication stage of one book to the post-editor work of another is quite Continue Reading →

An (important) interim post

Eleven weeks after the second day of the new year Sister’s birthday was this past week, and that made Author think about the past year. She wanted to share her Continue Reading →

Taking the next step toward the horizon. Or: The red folder strikes again!

Ten weeks after the second day of the new year The red folder is open, chapters are strewn around, and Author is now adding her own markings and comments to Continue Reading →