Writing Books

When Your Time is Tied to Production

  Since I’m not over here banging out my usual 2000K words a day I have taken to writing a lot of poetry. It’s been pretty therapueutic and it’s quick as heck to push out. I never really think of the writing process as something difficult until editors get involved, lol. They want to make everything…

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Taking on a Writing Partner

Since I have so little time now-a-days to write my novels I am taking on a writing partner. She will be all over the blog here too as we are combining our efforts to build our platform. Her name is Brooklyn and we’ve been rocking with each other for a while! YAY! I have to…

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Lessons I learned From Publishing Fiction (pt. 2)

Amazon & Google Play – It’s easy to get into these stores directly.  You don’t need an ISBN number for those properties, but when you don’t have an ISBN number, it makes tracking your sales for that property difficult.  I personally prefer having them because it gives proper credit to my publishing company, Karasi Media…

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Lessons Learned From Publishing Fiction

In November, I released my serial novel, Soulphisticated Ladies.  It is a departure from what I wrote previously (non-fiction).  I wanted to write about women who are just like me and my friends at varied points in our lives.  I didn’t expect it to not be well received but I also didn’t anticipate the success that…

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I didn’t expect it to feel this good

It was never really important to me to see my books in print.  Getting the words on the page and out into the world was more prevalent.  Having a great cover, plot, dialogue, characters and edited work were primary goals in my creative process. Then came distribution.  Amazon was easy peasy, right out of Scrivener…

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