Tag Archive | The Flames Of Guilt

Indie Authors: The Garage Bands Of Our World

Everyone starts at the bottom. On the floor, looking skyward. Being an author is like most professions: you have to work your way up. The journey is different for everyone. Some people go on to have their work picked up by publishing companies. They join a preexisting team that is there to help them with […]

Book Release: The Flames of Guilt 

It’s not just about the loss of a child, or the loss of a parent. It’s not just about losing the one you thought you’d be spending the rest of your days with. It’s about what happens after. What do you do when life doesn’t go the way you planned? Where do you go when […]

Take 37 or Thank Goodness For Scrivener

The Flames of Guilt is my first novel. Sure, I’ve written probably half a dozen stories before it, but this is the first one I’ve taken to completion. I slaved over every word. Then I paid an editor to go over it, and I ended up rewriting half the book. Trust me, it was for […]

Cover Reveal: The Flames Of Guilt

After what feels like forever, the time has finally come. This story has been through the meat grinder and back. It’s had characters added, and the ending changed. Twice. The pacing has been stretched out and flipped over. Formatting came in round after round of trial and error as I labored over what worked and […]

Final Edit

After years of working on my first novel, The Flames Of Guilt, I am finally down to the final edit. This is it. My last chance to catch mistakes, make changes, and tweak my prose and dialogue. The Flames Of Guilt, in its humble beginnings, started out as a fan fiction story. It has since […]