Essays

Paperback Version of Wolf’s Bane is Here!!!!!!!!

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Finally! I seriously think that after giving birth, getting Wolf’s Bane into paperback has been the second biggest challenge of my life. I think most creative people who take pride in their work are perfectionists at some level and, knowing that people would be paying more to buy the book made me want to make it as perfect as possible. Formatting a book is a big job. The intricacies of something like headers and footers alone took ages to master, and the funniest thing is that the one problem I couldn’t figure out (how to format different numbering systems for different sections) I figured out by accident. Sigh… And, at the last minute I rewrote the book blurb. And anyone who’s written one knows that bashing your head into a wall repeatedly is a more pleasant experience. And so on.

WolfsBane_Cover_2015_smashwords (1)But it’s done. I’m happy. Thrilled. And proud.

Thanks to everyone who has supported book 1 and 2. Hopefully, Berserker, book 3 will be ready this winter. 🙂

Essays

Paperback Version of Wolf’s Bane is Almost Here

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Sooooooooo, I finally got my act together and finalized the paperback version of Wolf’s Bane grâce à Create Space. Thanks to Ivan Amberlake, Gary Cullen, and Joanne Gosse for their help knocking out the last few kinks. If everything goes well, I expect to release the paperback in the next few weeks! 

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Stay tuned for updates and the confirmed release date!

Author Interviews, Essays, Guest Blog, Misc

Interview with Dyane Forde

A new author interview hosted by the only dude (still) alive who’s allowed to say, “I hate that, Dyane! Fix it!” lol Come on by and check it out! 🙂

Please welcome Dyane Forde, author of The Purple Morrow, available on Amazon.

Dyane’s love of writing began with an early interest in reading and of words in general. She was always amazed at how linking words together in different ways had unexpected and pleasing results on others.

She is a social worker by profession. Learning to see the world through other people’s eyes as well as sharing in their pain has influenced and enriched her as a person, as well as her writing. She is also a wife, and mother to two children, a cat named JackJack and a dog named Sparky.

Please welcome Dyane!

Let’s start at the beginning. Why did you become a writer?

Dyane:  It’s the one thing I feel I am truly good at, and when I write I feel like it’s what I’m supposed to be doing. I’m passionate about it, and if I…

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