Over on the Break it Down Show with Pete A Turner! YouTube Link below. You can't miss it. I love talking with Pete, he's a good mate and he gets how nuts the creative process is (for me). Also, he does amazing work and you should all support this podcasts and Save The Brave. Please. … Continue reading Where am I today?
Thanks for that gem Aerosmith. I do love it. I pressed play, had no idea what I was listening to last - so, the Armageddon sound track was a nice surprise. 🙂 This song in particular has been a favorite for years. I've been hard at it over the last few days, making a lot … Continue reading I Don't Want To Miss A Thing …
The Smashwords storewide end of year sale started today. So, Merry whatever and whatnot from us ... it's the perfect opportunity to fill those new eReaders with some amaze-balls books and best of all, they're heavily reduced.Want links?One moment caller ... Let's start with the three Byte Boxed Sets: Three books PLUS a (rather long) … Continue reading Merry Whatever and Whatnot
Seemed like a good title for a blog post ... not sure if it works but hey, you be the judge. Since I've been away taking very good care of #MyKnight while he recovers from a hip replacement, I've actually done a few things. I know, I was surprised too. For starters, ALL the Byte … Continue reading Dear Readers,
Seriously, it should. Not just because I just saw a glitter helmet on the telly (watching American Pickers with My Knight). I've been a sparkle lover my whole life. And you all know the joy when my daughter told me I could have GLITTER on my book covers. 🙂 As it stands now, two of … Continue reading Everything should sparkle
Today I found out that the launch will be at Upper Hutt Central Library. Woo hoo! We have a little something special (and fun) planned for this launch but you'll have to come along to find out what that is. Wasn't sure if I'd be able to organize a launch this side of Christmas but … Continue reading Launch date and venue announcement!
This morning I was thinking about all the changes in the last 8 months. Some are good and definitely for the better, some sparked a steep learning curve, and the last one was an expensive lesson. Didn't need that. At all. Without going into detail: Lesson learnt and sometimes (professionally) change isn't a good thing. … Continue reading The learning curve