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
This morning I opened a file called 'Crashbyte' - that's what Vaporbyte was always supposed to be called. Book 12: Crashbyte. Somewhere as I was following the story, (and it happened pretty fast - two chapters in) I realized Crashbyte wasn't going to be book 12. It may not ever be an anything. That's okay, … Continue reading It was Crashbyte …
This year marks my tenth year in this industry. Obviously, my journey began long before 2009 because, well, you don't write a book overnight. Nor do you learn your craft, overnight. My journey began in about 1992. It began because I wanted to read something with real women in it. I wrote a lot and … Continue reading Ten years …
This was the result of my messing around with Keynote this morning. Haven't used it before and it was kinda fun exploring. There is no sound. Haven't figured sound out yet or maybe that's not a thing that Keynote does. I don't know. 🙂 Good chance I'll spend more time fiddling around inside Keynote at … Continue reading Playing with Keynote
The entire Byte Series is heavily reduced (killerbyte is free) until New Years Day, on Smashwords. Here are is the link you need to take advantage of this: The Byte Series. Also, the In between byte stories are heavily reduced (in most cases free). Here is the link to those! In between bytes. Get in … Continue reading Massive sale and Merry whatever to you my friends!
Hey there! This is what I've been busily working on for the last few days, an Ellie Iverson short story called 'Undivided'. Exciting right? The story is available in ePub and mobi digital formats from Smashwords. (Link after the image!) Last night I wrote The End. Such joy. Then sent it off to beta readers … Continue reading Undivided
Seems like a good time to talk about our first meeting and what I knew about her. It's been a few years since then. 10 novels, a lot of short stories, a novella, her poetry book ... she's given us a lot. She's been very open and sharing and still is.