Tag Archive: Publishing Process

Old Stuff and New Stuff

Old Books This spring at a book signing, I realized that it’s hard to get paperback copies of some of my older titles. Bookstores only have so much shelf space, and priority naturally… Continue reading

Interview at Flashlight Commentary

One of my favorite things about being an author is the chance I have to interact with readers. I was flattered when Erin at Flashlight Commentary asked me to do an interview with… Continue reading

An Update on My Next Novel

As promised, here’s an update on my next book! On Tuesday I sent my fifth novel to my publisher. I don’t have a release date or a title yet, but I’m excited that… Continue reading

Book Release: The Rules in Rome

The Rules in Rome: Don’t blow your cover. Don’t get caught by the Gestapo. Don’t fall in love with your partner. My newest book is now available in paperback, audiobook, and ebook. You… Continue reading

A Post about Book Covers

Last Friday my next book, Deadly Alliance, went to the printer. It has front-cover artwork, a back-cover blurb, and it’s been through an editor, a copyeditor, and several proofreaders. I hope that means… Continue reading

How to cut out 16% of your manuscript and still like your novel

This spring I submitted novel number two to my publisher. They took a few months to look it over and have the evaluators analyze it, then got back to me this summer. Overall,… Continue reading

Let the Countdown Begin!

Next month, Espionage will appear in book stores. It’s my first novel to go on sale—so to say I’m excited would be an understatement. I think what I’m most looking forward to is… Continue reading