So, some exciting news everyone. It is on the way. The sequel to Never Marry A Warlock is done and in the editing process as I write this. It's called: Never Date A Vampire. In the next few weeks, it will be feverishly put through all the writing steps to get it ready for everyone … Continue reading Never Date A Vampire, Sequel to Never Marry A Warlock, is on the way!
Just announced! Marilyn Vix will be speaking at this year's 2019 Silicon Valley Comic Con on the Self-Publishing panels and the Marketing Your Book Panel on Sunday, August 18. The self-publishing panel will be in Rm 111 at 12:30pm to 1:30pm. Come and find out how you can start self publishing. The panel will go … Continue reading Marilyn Vix Will Be On Self-Publishing & Marketing Panels at Silicon Valley Comic Con 2019
I love this time of year. It’s time to start thinking of summer reads. I had a chance to interview a fabulous, new author that has written a sizzling romance for your summer reading list. Deidre-Ann Anderson is a Jamaican author and freelance writer. She’s believed in hard work her whole life, and has dived … Continue reading Interview with Deidre – Ann Anderson
So, I have to admit, of the things I've had to research, this was one of the most fun things I've done. Last weekend, I was able to go on a paranormal investigation tour with Nick Groff from Paranormal Lockdown (formerly on Ghost Adventures). The investigation tour was held on the Queen Mary in Long … Continue reading I Went on a Paranormal Investigation to Research My New Novel: My Experience on Nick Groff’s Tour on the Queen Mary
Greetings everyone. I know it's been what seems like a year of absence for me, but I promise you I've been writing up a storm. I have been working on a kpop romance novel that hopefully will be turning into something soon. Plus, I've been working on a sequel with Lynda Belle for "Thankful In … Continue reading A Look Towards 2019: What to Expect from Marilyn Vix
So, I love doing NaNoWriMo in November each year, but I've found I'm not always up to the hard push it takes to get that 50k written. I've won NaNo twice now. I know I can make the 50k if I really want to, but it does cause me to burn out and not write … Continue reading My Approach to NaNoWriMo 2018: Finding Inspiration This Year
I am very upset today. A place I have called my online home since 2009 has been recently bought by a company called VerticalScope, Inc. and all hell has broken loose on the board. This place is known as Kboards.com Writer's Cafe. And I have learned what I know about self-publishing a lot from this … Continue reading The Death of Kboards.Com: My Indie Publishing Home Implodes