Reblogged from J Fox Publishing:
So in case anyone missed it, RB’s book, Fallen Redemption, came out last week and you can buy it here. For now, it’s available as an e-book only through Amazon, as part of the Kindle Selects program for $2.99 (free to borrow for Amazon Prime members!). In three to six months it will also be available through Barnes and Noble for the Nook. It’s supposed to be released in paperback in six months, but I’m hoping they’ll have it out earlier, in time for Christmas, so I can give autographed copies of it to everyone on my list.
Because, dude, my sister published a book. That’s amazing. Continue reading
Only one more day to go!
Today’s tidbit is a look at the first chapter of Fallen Redemption. Enjoy! Continue reading
Fallen Redemption was the first novel I wrote with the hero as the main character. Since my previous novels were all heroine centered, I figured getting to know Emma would be an extremely easy event. It wasn’t. She was stubbornly silent the first few months of pre-writing. Continue reading
I spent a half a year in the pre-writing, or discovery, stage of Fallen Redemption before opening Word and typing those wonderful and slight anxiety-inducing words: Chapter One. Those months, which I then considered wasted writing time, was the best thing I could have done for my story. I learned so much about my hero and heroine and the world they lived in that when I was ready the words flowed easily onto the page. Continue reading
“I am a writer.”
Those are the words I shout in my head when someone asks me what I do for a living. What actually comes out of my mouth is completely different. Continue reading
Last week I received my first round of edits from SMP. I took the day off from my regular job on Friday and spent a long weekend on revisions. It was an emotional three days with many, many thoughts of why the hell did SMP pick my novel for publication? It completely and totally sucks. Continue reading
Why does my author biography have to be written in third person when I’m the one writing it? It’s weird to write about myself like that. And really, does anyone put what they really want to say in their bio? I mean, why can’t I say:
RB is an AWESOME writer. You will be missing out if you don’t buy her book the moment it’s on sale. Each sentence of her exquisite masterpiece will move you to tears and laughter. Her words of wisdom will inspire you to change your life.