New Release: Wrath & Bones

WOOHOO! This is me doing my happy dance today, because Wrath & Bones, Book 4 of the Marnie Baranuik Files, is officially live! You can get it from Amazon in both PAPERBACK or for your KINDLE, and from Barnes & Noble on NOOK. Marnie Baranuik is confident that her new psychic detective...

Cosmos: Imma take your publisher. Me: Fine, I’ll self-publish those titles. In fact, I’ll open my own publishing company. Cosmos: No you won’t. That’s hard work and lots of money; you don’t like the former and don’t have the latter. Me: Then how come I have this shiny new master business license, ISBNs, and reserved media place-holders prepared already? Cosmos: You don’t know how to do any of the things. Me: I can learn. Watch me. Cosmos: Okay. *weg* Imma …

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So, I thought I’d chart my progress as I stumble along this new path. March is going to be an incredibly stressful–*listens*–I’m being told it’s May. Holy rolling shitballs, it’s already May 4? Fuckity fuck-spigots. Right. Progress. I’ve made none. Well, that’s not entirely true. I took a few dozen showers, in which I just kinda stood there sudsed-up and wept. The good news is, this soap smells like hoity-toity froo-froo. My eyes might be puffy and red, but man …

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I have been informed that my comfort zone, my safety blanket, my beloved hidey-hole, my publisher Booktrope, is closing up shop as of May 31st, 2016. From here on in, I’m on my own.   Juuuuuust kidding. OF COURSE I CAN. See, not everyone is thrilled about the effect this will have on their careers. Myself, I’m choosing to see it as an opportunity; an opportunity to drink my body weight in gin, an opportunity to return to my self-publishing …

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Helloooo, people! First of all, I’d like to celebrate. Book 5 of the Marnie Baranuik Files is sitting at 58k words and I’ve got the rest of the book vaguely plotted out just enough to know where I’m going, though it’s cloudy enough to keep me interested in getting up at 4 AM to find out what happens next. I’ve never been an outliner. I’ve always been a pantser. If I know how a story is going to end, a …

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SOOOO Excited… for book 5 in MBF, and can’t wait for the murder... more
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