Phoenix en français !

Je sais que certains l’attendaient de longue date (merci pour votre patience !), eh bien je suis ravie de pouvoir vous annoncer que la version française est en marche ! La phase de traduction est désormais terminée, et je dois reconnaître que cette aventure était moins laborieuse que je ne [...]
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Award-Winning Novel

I was excited to learn this week that my debut 24 Hours of the Phoenix was a 2019 NATIONAL INDIE EXCELLENCE® AWARDS (NIEA) Finalist in the "Thriller" category! When you realize that 1000+ novels entered this 13th annual contest, you can humbly brag. What's more, it's not everyday that you [...]
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Second-Person Point of View in Fiction

First off, happy new year to everyone! I hope you all had a bit of joy and a lot of champagne—or vice versa. And second, I wanted to share a small piece of writing I'd worked on a little over a year ago which my current reading—An Anonymous Girl, by [...]
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What’s Behind the Cover?

Some say, "Don’t judge a book by its cover." Right, sure. Well, maybe you don’t, or more likely maybe you shouldn’t. Except you do. At least I do. (Feel free to throw the book at me. Pun intended.) To be fair, it’s a part of my choosing process: when I [...]
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Exciting News for Phoenix

I barely hit the "publish" button on a post stating a "disheartening release" and some mistakes I'd made when, as if on cue, as if to prove me wrong, as if to cheer me up, I received two emails as unexpected and reinvigorating as could be. The first one was [...]
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Mid-November News

Yes, we’re there, at this time of year where hundreds of thousands of established or aspiring authors are immersed in their next projects for a whole month of intense writing. I'm participating for the first time, and after debating with myself about the different options I had—one of which being [...]
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Phoenix’s Countdown

I’m keeping them here as an archive and in case they give someone else an idea; here’s what I did on Facebook and Instagram in the weeks/days that led to release day.

Learning to Accept Criticism

All I share on Facebook are very good to amazing reviews, but as you can imagine, they’re not all good: I’ve had three “mediocre” to bad. At first, I was saddened, of course, and even more so, frustrated, because the “badder” one contained important spoilers, so I couldn't share it [...]
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