Month: February 2023

Have you ever thought about writing a continuing series?

Have you ever thought about writing a continuing series?

Harry Potter, Twilight, Cedar Cover, Bosch, A is for Alibi…

What do all these have in common?

They’re series books. Recurring characters, themes, settings, etc.

They fun to write, readers love them which can mean a continual stream of income for an author.

If you know my work, you know I love creating series. I’ve lost count how many I have and I’ve recently updated both the Writing Continuing Series workshop and workbook.

They are also newly uploaded to my platform on Thrivecart for easy ordering, checkout, and delivery to you.

The workshop is self-paced, so you can read the lessons whenever you want, practice the assignments whenever you want. Use it for your current project or future ones.

The workbook is a perfect supplement to the workshop but some of you might like to use it without taking the workshop so that’s why I decided to sell them separately. However, if you click the link for the workshop, you’ll get a special offer with a discount for the workbook if you buy it along with the workshop.

Plotting Your First Romance Novel Workbook

Plotting Your First Romance Novel Workbook

Are you an aspiring romance author?

Maybe you’ve started to write one but got lost halfway through.

Perhaps you just had one rejected.

I’ve recently updated my Plotting Your First Romance Novel workbook and I’ve uploaded at to my new go to checkout system using Thrivecart.

Here is the link with more details about the workbook and how you can order it.

Plotting Your Novel Workbook

Plotting Your Novel Workbook

I’m finally switching over all the products in the store to Thrivecart. The first product I have is my Plotting Your Novel Workbook.

If you struggle to plot your stories and need some help without taking a class, this is for you. I walk you through the whole process and ask questions about your story and then show you how to outline and then use all the information to work on your plot outline. The old format was a pdf. but I decided to swich to a Word document so you can print it out and write on it for even easier plotting and planning. Best thing is you can use it over and over again.

Follow this link for all the details and to purchase the workbook-

One thing I love about Thrivecart is they allow me to offer affiliate links so if you want to sign up here’s the link.