Maybe I've lost my mind, but I'm trying out something very lofty. I want to wake up when I want to, make my own schedule, and fully support myself off of writing. The working for others thing isn't working out for me. I can't take it much longer, and there are so many authors doing what they love and actually paying their bills doing it. Why can't I? I realize more books written and released means more income and that could give me the fulltime author life I desperately crav
Stay tuned, guys. Danielle has stepped back into the studio to record Love Potion #666 so that's on the way. For those who've read the book already, you can imagine how challenging narration of "the office scene" was. I was sent the outtakes, and boy did she struggle to get through that scene without laughing. HAHAHA!
I have big, big goals this year, with projects marked out for every month. I want to write and release a LOT of books, but not just as me. My first project of the year is launching my Shylyn Ray pen name. I'm separating my contemporary romances from my paranormal romance. The first step in doing that was creating the pen name, Shylyn Ray. The second step was getting the rights back on my novellas that were previously traditionally published. Step three... is turning those nov
I gotta tell ya, 2021 started out an utter shitfest. I spent the first month writing a book that was supposed to be released with an author I was really excited to work with. It didn't get published. About that same time, I was constantly blacking out and fainting, and shivering while sitting directly in front of a space heater, wrapped in a robe and blankets. Migraines were constant and I'm pretty sure my stomach was trying to eat itself. It still does that sometimes. Stress