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Anyone Out There?

Hey guys. Got a question for you, if you live in the PNW: What conventions do you go to? Specifically, if you like books or steampunk or knitting (or all three). I know about the Comic Cons, and while I would love to go, they are pricy and crowded and not quite my scene. I… Continue reading Anyone Out There?

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Writing WIPs

Now that Magic in Midtown is out, and a series is complete, what am I working on right now? My current project is finishing the rest of the Midnight Radio series. If you don’t know what that is, it’s a running series of spooky, Cthuhlu-esque short stories I’m running over on patreon. You can read… Continue reading Writing WIPs

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Magic in Midtown Release

That's right, it's release day! You can now pick up the second book of the AJ Marshall series on Amazon & on Gumroad. Remember, if you want anything other than whatever the current standard kindle format is, head on over to Gumroad where I list .mobi, .epub, .pdf, and any other requested formats (leave a… Continue reading Magic in Midtown Release

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Surprise!

I really love the art deco style of the Magic in Midtown cover so much, and it even brings in the steampunk elements. In fact, I love it so much that we decided to re-do the cover for Magic in the Headlines, book 1 in the set: I love this cover so much better than… Continue reading Surprise!

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Magic in Midtown Cover and Q&A

Sorry, which book is this? I've referred to this as Magic in the Jazz Age previously, but have been unhappy with that title for a while. This is the title my patrons voted on. You can vote on titles, character names, plot points, and more over on Patreon. What series is it from?This is the… Continue reading Magic in Midtown Cover and Q&A

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The New Author Workbook

With the second book in the Author Roadmap series coming out at the end of the month, I thought now might be a good time to highlight the first book, the New Author Workbook. If you're looking for ideas on how to write, then this is the book for you. It includes printable worksheets to… Continue reading The New Author Workbook

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2022 Release Schedule

Mark your calendars! May 30: Nanowrimo WorkbookThe 2nd book in my Author Roadmap series, this PDF download is geared at both new and returning Wrimos, to help you not only reach your goals, but to get the most out of National Novel Writing Month. Includes printable pages for your planner or bullet journal. - $1.99-… Continue reading 2022 Release Schedule

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New Patron Goals

In the interest of keeping a roof over my head, I've recently tweaked my Patreon just slightly. All the membership levels are the same, but I've added some new membership-based goals. My Patreon has been fairly stagnant for a while. I'm not entirely sure why, other than "just offering text rewards/author patreons are hard." So,… Continue reading New Patron Goals

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Questions for Writers

Swiped this from Twitter; it was originally one of those 1 like=1 reply games, but let's just put it all here, shall we? Who's your favorite character you've written?Either Sophia Andrews or Felicia Greene. Felica actually has her own full length book that hasn't been released. I like her because she's an extremely unreliable, even… Continue reading Questions for Writers

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Spotting Scams for Authors

As I've been advertising more over the past year, I've started getting some questionable messages in my DMs and inbox, so I thought it was about time to outline a few of the scams out there directed at writers. Some of these are out-and-out-fraud, while others are just things that you shouldn't pay for in… Continue reading Spotting Scams for Authors