Publishing · The Little Paragons · The Little Villains

Why being a teenage author sucks

Don’t get me wrong, being a teenager and writing books is great! The look of astonishment and concern when you tell someone you’re 17 and have two published novels is gratifying. Having so much free time to write is amazing. Having 700 people in a high school to beg to read your book is a… Continue reading Why being a teenage author sucks

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How to promote your book while annoying everyone you know…

The struggle self-published authors are very familiar with, is the task of getting people to actually read their book. I mean, no doubt there are hundreds of Best Sellers out there that aren’t Best Sellers yet because it’s impossible to get an audience cheaply. You either have to pay a bajillion dollars for ads or… Continue reading How to promote your book while annoying everyone you know…

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“The Little Villains” is available for purchase!

As of last midnight (and early this morning due to me noticing one last typo that made my OCD go crazy), The Little Villains is available for purchase from Amazon.com! Feel free to let me know what you think by leaving a comment on Amazon. And remember, any publicity is good publicity when it comes… Continue reading “The Little Villains” is available for purchase!

Novel · The Little Paragons · The Little Villains

Almost done!

Coming out this Friday will be my second novel: The Little Villains. This book is the sequel to my first novel: The Little Paragons and will be available for purchase on Amazon.com! If you want to learn more about either of my books click here. If you want to purchase The Little Paragons click here.… Continue reading Almost done!

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The Little Paragons: A book blurb

“Once Upon a Time” lost meaning when that ‘time’ became now for three teenagers. Pulled towards Die Bibliothek, a mysterious village that appeared almost in their back yards, the phrase becomes part of their daily vocabulary. The three enter a world where they must become the characters of their childhood stories and correct them from their… Continue reading The Little Paragons: A book blurb

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The Little Villains and my life: an update

  December was a BUSY month for me… Not only did I decide to crochet my brothers mermaid tails for Christmas, but I cross-stitched them a poster with a list of reasons I don’t miss them… (They just moved out). I promise I’m not a horrible sister. The joke was very much appreciated.   December was also… Continue reading The Little Villains and my life: an update

The Little Paragons · Writing

Face-lifts and new beginnings

Today is a big day in the world of The Little Paragons! Not only did The Little Paragons get a face-lift, but The Little Villains now has a face! My talented brother, Mr. Austin Uram, spent hours putting together two new covers for my first two novels and I couldn’t have been happier. So, without… Continue reading Face-lifts and new beginnings

The Little Paragons · Writing

The title reveal

I promise I’m still alive! As many of you know, it’s my senior year of high school and I’m going to be honest with you and say that everything that could go wrong has. I’m not acting like the end of the world is coming, but it sure has been rough. Maybe it’s just me,… Continue reading The title reveal

The Little Paragons · Writing

Treat Yo’ self

I’ve watch way too many episodes of “Glee” in the last 48 hours and I can’t find it in me to be ashamed. I mean, now that my novel The Little Paragons is in stage two of editing, I kind of don’t have much to do. I keep telling myself I need to get back… Continue reading Treat Yo’ self

Editing · The Little Paragons

251 pages, 105,775 words, and 552,821 characters… and counting

There are 7 days left before The Little Paragons sequel moves into the next stage of editing! I’ve been editing fifty pages a day (from a total of 251) and things are moving smoothly. I feel less inclined to throw up over my own writing after ever round. I’m not entirely sure what my plan is… Continue reading 251 pages, 105,775 words, and 552,821 characters… and counting