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2021 Publishing Plans

Hello 2021! Creatively, last year didn’t go so well. All of my plans went up in smoke (as did yours, I’m sure!), but this is a new year and I’m feeling very hopeful. The biggest personal changes that will (hopefully) help me this year are related to my health and day job. Last year, I …

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Author Life Behind-the-Scenes by Marianne Knightly

2020 Publishing Plans

Hello & Happy New Year! I’m excited to share my writing and publishing plans for 2020 with you. I’m popping in today to share my publishing plans for 2020 and to ask for your help! Read on for more details. What’s Coming Up for the Royals? There will be a Royals spin-off featuring Arianna & Finn in …

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Big Q

Will I Publish in December?

Hello, Vallerians! The hectic end to the year is fast approaching and I wanted to let you know about some changes to my publishing schedule. The big news is this – I will not be publishing another book this year. I’m finalizing Seaside Valleria 3 now (Frannie’s story), but it won’t be ready for release …

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Vote in My Poll

The Truth About the Spin-Offs

I recently read this fantastic post by the fabulous Kristen Ashley, in which she describes why it’s okay to read outside the genre or subgenre you usually read. I LOVE this post. I don’t just mean I love brilliant Kristen Ashley (which I do, and whose books I absolutely adore and own in ebook, paperback, …

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Planning Quote

2019 Planning – Planning Post 1

Time to talk about PLANNING! I love planning and I love organizing. As someone who deals with anxiety, planning (especially paper planning) has really helped me manage that better. I’ve mentioned before that I essentially work two full-time jobs – a day job and my author job. Planning is essential for me to keep track of …

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Weekends Dont Exist, a post by Marianne Knightly

The Truth About Weekends

The truth about weekends is… …that the weekend is a myth. It’s something we’ve lulled ourselves into thinking will be a relaxing few days at the end of the week, when we all know they’re not most of the time. There are family commitments, errands to run, kids to manage if you’ve got some (I …

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