Month: May 2019

You’re Invited to an Exclusive @ The Raven Podcast with Jason LaVelle

In the furthering of All of my Every Things progressing you’re invited to a podcast hosted by Jason LaVelle! He will be reading an exclusive poem from the upcoming work that has not been released yet called Passages. He will be reading other poetry from other poets as well in

Update: All of my Every Things – The Process Continues w/Questions Answered

I have recently consulted someone in the industry about branding for this book. This is nothing new, especially when an author, myself in this case, is going into a project that is breaking new ground for them. I announced a cover already, poetry section breakdown, and all of that, but

Don’t Forget this is still out!

The Struggles with My Memoir and Learning to Heal Again

Writing my memoir has become one of the hardest things I’ve attempted in all my career. I do like a challenge, that is why some of the short story submissions that have been published have been out of my comfort zone, but that’s all fiction. Writing non-fiction for me has

The Word: 5 Things You May Experience Over Time

You’re published, you’ve been making the convention rounds, and things have started to change. Many fellow writers have made social media comments about family and friends treating them differently. Some have shared surprising family and friends support, which I have been lucky to have as well, but many have shared

Check it out: BvF #1: Girl, Interrupted

As you know, I did my own post here called The Most Satisfying Read on my website. I just had to share my thoughts on the book. There were many differences, but the ones I noticed I wanted to post a comparison, but held back on doing that here as

Coffee Break Q&A @ Go Indie Now up!

I got the chance to be interviewed by Joe Compton for his website Go Indie Now segment called Coffee Break. I was asked a total of 6 questions about being an independent artist, graphic designer, and writer. Check out the interview here: Coffee Break Q & A with L. Bachman

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