Hi Everyone! April's been a very productive month. Still working on finishing the cover art for book 2 and then starting the cover art for Volume 1 (Books 1 & 2 combined for better value), but it's very close to completion I feel. I just wanted to quickly share my progress with you all. … Continue reading Artwork – Character Design for Book Cover
Hi Everyone! This is the first of many monthly updates to my Author timeline. I’m hoping that by sharing my progress once a month, it will push me to make significant progress to share with everyone. It’s a way of keeping myself accountable while also sharing my progress and expected release dates for my books. … Continue reading Author Update #1
After about a year and a half of writing and editing, I've finally finished writing my second book, the sequel to The Legend of Nariko: The Mark of Silverfrost! It's taken a lot longer than I had hoped to be honest, yet now that I look back on it I can't feel too disappointed by … Continue reading Fantastic News!
At the start of the year, I had planned to finish the second draft of my book to give to my editors in hopes of publishing in the fall. It’s now May and I’m still not done writing it. This started hitting me a bit harder as I noticed Authors I look up to publishing … Continue reading Self-Reflection, Disappointment and Progress
Hi Everyone, Sorry to say that I went on a brief hiatus for the month of March. I'm so close to finishing book 2 of the Legend of Nariko series that I wanted to go into overdrive to finish the draft. I can then submit to my editors, get it cleaned up, get the ARCs … Continue reading Brief Hiatus for March
Hello Everyone! I wanted to start off by apologizing for my absence in the month of July. The reason being I worked so much on working on the 2nd edition of my book that I lost focus on my other goals such as posting content once a week. It turned out there was so much … Continue reading Update and Apology
It is amazing how removing something so small can have such an impactful change on your productivity. For the longest time I found that I would plan out my days to schedule in time to work on writing, drawing, coloring and reading to achieve as much as I could every day. However I found that … Continue reading Removing Distractions to Focus on Growth