Books, My Books, Reflections, Writing

The Joy and Terror of a Book Release

When I first decided to write with an aim toward publication, I followed dozens of writing blogs. Common advice, at that time, was “Don’t expect to make any money until you have at least ten books published.” As of today, I’m halfway to that goal. Love & Liability is my fifth published novel. Some authors… Continue reading The Joy and Terror of a Book Release

Author Interviews, Books, Fiction, My Books, Writing

What’s up with Linda Cassidy Lewis?

Do you have long, quiet periods where nothing much is going on followed by bursts of activity? It seems to work that way in my life. Also, that sort of describes spring where I live, except that this year we had an abundant rainy season preceding the burst of bloom occurring now. I’m in the… Continue reading What’s up with Linda Cassidy Lewis?

Fiction, My Books, Writing

I Forgot to Tell You

I’ve been so focused on my new Kindle Scout campaign for Love & Liability that I forgot to tell you that Kindle Press put my supernatural suspense novel on sale for the month of February. It’s priced at only $1 on Amazon.com! Only nine days left to get it at that rock bottom price, so hurry.

Author Interviews, Writing

I’m not here, I’m there.

Just stopping in to let you know I’m a guest author on My Two Cents Worth (Before Inflation) today. Author Jim Jackson poses great questions for his guests to answer. Most are about reading and writing, but one intriguing question asked what three people I would invite to an all-expenses paid weekend anywhere in the world—with time travel… Continue reading I’m not here, I’m there.

Advice, Life, Writing

How can anyone write like that?

Time for another confession. I posted this photo on Facebook last week, and Judith Baxter commented that, now, she could picture me at my writing desk. Well, yes and no. The vase is sitting on my desk, but the photo is carefully staged. Even so, it shows a bit of the mess on my printer… Continue reading How can anyone write like that?