Help The Seer's Secret book cover win by voting before February 20th, then buy the second story in The Soul Mate Tree collection!Read More
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January has arrived and this is your invitation to come take the first step on an amazing adventure with us as we experience the power of the Soul Mate Tree.Read More
Kelly and I have been on a wild ride this summer, and I'm starting to feel like George Jetson stuck on the electric treadmill.
Not only do we have a novella for the Soul Mate Tree Collective due at the end of this month, but we still have to finish book three of the Diesel War Series. However, we just got back from a week in Savannah Georgia where we did double duty as featured authors and key volunteer staff at the Authors After Dark convention. Did I mention that we also had the second book in the series, The Seer's Secret, release during the week we were gone?
*spins like a tornado, and collapses to the floor*Read More
Kelly and I wanted to make sure we went out with a bang, so we decided to host a Dieselpunk Riverboat Cruise with drinking, dancing, desserts and costumes! To make it extra special, we're making it FREE . . .Read More
Smiling to myself, because this time will surely go smoother than the first book, I opened the email.
She only got through the prologue!? What? No, we rocked it this time!
How does depression affect a co-writing team?Read More
Time lapes explained . . . kind of. Why we've been radio silent.Read More
We made a list of people we thought might make good beta readers. What makes a good beta reader you ask? Well it's a person that you trust not to randomly forward your creation off to thousands of others, who actually reads the entire manuscript from start to finish, and will provide you with HONEST FEEDBACK.Read More
We'd constantly check our word count to see how much further we'd gotten. Were we at our desired word count yet? No? 'Sigh' Fine, back to rereading the entire story yet again to see what it's missing. After repeating that process many, many times, we finally reached our desired word count and decided we were done. But then that brought up the question, "Ok, so we're done. Now what?" leaving us unsure of the answer.Read More
Perhaps it was the newness and excitement of writing, but there were times my muse would hold me captive. I would tell myself "Ok, I'll only write for an hour. Then I have to get in the shower in order to leave for work on time." , but the muse would just laugh and take hold.Read More