Today, the 2016 Virtual Blog Tour for 'Daughter of the Drackan' stops at Rayna Noire. I talk about my early writing life, where it all started, and the bumps I hit along the way on my road to being an Indie Author.
Here's an excerpt from the interview. Click on the link for Rayna Noire above to check out the whole thing. Leave a comment, chat with me and tell me what you think, and enter to win a $25 Amazon gift card. And pop by Amazon - 'Daughter of the Drackan' is discounted at $0.99 through the entire tour!
I do remember vividly the night I wrote this novel’s final words—New Year’s Eve of 2007, and I was seventeen. Three different friends of mine had called me and asked if I wanted to join them for New Year’s Eve parties, and I had to turn them all down. I’d promised myself that I would finish the darn thing before the new year. As it turned out, I wrote the ending at 11:52 pm before jumping from my desk, hooting and hollering in my bedroom, and doing my own version of the happy dance while the ball dropped (no, I won’t go into the embarrassing details of my dancing techniques). Then, I wondered what came next.