I just made progress on Down to the Bone! So far I’m 6.7% complete on the Story Structure phase. 11 Weeks remain until the deadline.
Well, it’s time to start work on my new book. ACTUALLY it was time to start work on my new book last week – however, that was prep time: title, rough plot outline, working out the character voices in my head, researching the area they’re going to be shuffling around in. Pluuuuuuuuus, I had a […]
Today is the day! Dog Days by TA Moore went on sale from Dreamspinner Press. I know some people have bought it already! Thank you! The rest of you can buy it here – go on, I’ll wait 😇 . I will also expect everyone to be nice to me this weekend, because I have […]
Imaginarte – Niceballs from Imaginarte on Vimeo. I just keep imagining the look on people’s faces when they saw those dangling under the desk. Never mind if you were frustrated and stress-balling the twist out of them.
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Dog Days is now available for pre-order on the Dreamspinner site. It is weird. I’ve been working on the edit, the cover, and everything else for a while now (they gave me money!), but my first reaction on seeing the page up is still, ‘Holy crap! They actually meant it!’. Now go on, go and pre-order […]
I have decided to do a weekly post where I expose something about myself that you may not know. Or you might know it, I am kind of an open book if you’ve known me for longer than three days, but you could have forgotten! If you have any questions, just throw them in there! […]
Sooooo, Dreamspinner is going to publish my novel Dog Days later on this year. This is obviously exciting as ALL GET OUT, and the whole editorial process has been a mixture of exciting and terrifying (Just generally, not because of my editor! She’s awesome!), but it still seemed a little bit unreal. Then my cover […]