I’ve known since I was 6 years old that I wanted to be an author. I remember my first grade teacher laughing at me when I told her so. That only made me more determined and I finished my first novel-length story in 8th grade. It was an epically bad sci-fi/fantasy/mystery/romance mash-up and writing The End was one of the proudest moments of my young life.
Jean-Luc Cavalier has only ever cared about three things: sex, booze, and the dangerous missions he undertakes with HORNET. Laissez les bons temps rouler is more than a Mardi Gras motto—it’s the way he lives his life. But all that changes the night he rescues Dr. Claire Oliver from deadly mercenaries.
In my last Reboot post I mentioned how I'd had no plan and no goals for my writing career other than to be a New York Times Bestseller. Well, this year I'm changing that. I read somewhere— in some self-help book or another— that people who write down their goals are...read more