Self-publishing and Taxes

Self-publishing and Taxes

The topic of self-publishing and taxes is something I recently learned about, as I finally filed my income tax yesterday. First off, note that I’m a Canadian, so this post may not apply if you’re American. Secondly, note that the H&R Block rep I spoke with was absolutely awesome, so much so that I ended … Continue reading

The Writing Process Blog Hop

The Writing Process Blog Hop

It’s been awhile since I participated in a Blog Hop, so I figured, no time like the present! So let’s start off with a big thank you to Andrew Toynbee, who tagged me for this blog hop and wrote some really sweet words about me. You, sir, are a class act. On to the blog … Continue reading

My re-write is finally finished!

My re-write is finally finished!

Well, more or less. The initial re-write of Chasing Nonconformity (sequel to Imminent Danger And How to Fly Straight into It) is done … now I have to set it aside for a few weeks, come back, re-read it, and change everything. But you know what they say — you can’t edit a blank page! And my page is definitely … Continue reading

So I got my first 1 star review …

So I got my first 1 star review …

That’s right – Imminent Danger has officially acquired its first 1 star review. I won’t post the link here, but if you hop over to the Imminent Danger Goodreads page, you can check out the review for yourself. As you can probably imagine, it makes me sad that someone out there paid money for my book and … Continue reading

Almost done the re-write!

Almost done the re-write!

For anyone who’s been wondering what the heck happened to me recently, the answer is pretty simple: I’ve been writing. As you may know, I’ve been working on the sequel to my first novel, Imminent Danger And How to Fly Straight into It, for a couple of months now, and sometime around last week I just got … Continue reading