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About Micaiah

  • Birthday 07/17/2007


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  1. Nope. There's a ton of free writing advice online (my favorite resource being YouTube). You don't need those courses. Especially when they're soooooo over-priced.
  2. Just launched a brand new blog with my team of reviewers! We review books of almost every genre, then post the reviews on our blog and Instagram account. I'm so happy and blessed to be the leader of this wonderful trio 😊 Stuck in a Story
  3. I’m hosting my first giveaway! An autographed paperback copy of my book, Links of the Two Worlds, will be given to five lucky winners. Two ways to enter: Instagram Email
  4. Hm. I want to keep the bug-theme through all the covers. I mean, my plan's been fireflies for book 2, praying mantis for book 3, ladybug for book 4, and robotic-looking dragonfly for book 5. But obviously, that's not a very popular idea, lol! I want to stick with a similar theme to what I have on book one, with the tree branch and such, but how should I do that? Does it help if I brighten the firefly's tail to make it look like it glows?
  5. LOL, It's the same image. I just did a bit of photoshopping, removing the butterflies to be replaced with a firefly, then changed the color from blue to orange (like a fire). I even left a couple butterflies in the background.
  6. Do they not look similar enough? I used the same photo and font...
  7. The book two cover is a firefly, and the book one cover is already published, so...
  8. 😂 It's about Minniemons and Upperlanders! Two-inch-tall people and normal sized people! 😂
  9. Hm. That's funny. Everybody else I've asked says it screams its genre. I mean, it's supposed to say "middle-grade fantasy." I wanted to go with a firefly, as it's called Links in the Broken Ashes (the ashes are both literal and figurative). Is there a different bug I should use? Or should I maybe change the color so it doesn't give off as much of a creepy vibe? Well, the bugs are there to sorta give the reader a feeling of the life of a Minniemon before they even open the book.
  10. Hey, y'all! So a while ago, I posted a lot of covers for Links of the Two Worlds... until I finally got to one that's not terrible 😅. I will release the next book in the Rise of the Royals series in January, so I'm trying to get stuff like cover design out of the way. Be brutally honest (I can take it, lol): What do y'all think of this cover? Here's Links of the Two Worlds' cover, just for the sake of comparison:
  11. Goodness! I totally just saw this! Thank y'all so much! 😊 Not until the last book in the series is released. Sorry. Thank you! (That's probably like, the one thousandth time someone's wished me happy birthday in the past two weeks, LOL) Thank you! Also thank you! Thanks! If it weren't for y'all's help, I hate to think of what it would've looked like.... *shudders* Aw! Thank you so much, Miss Nicola! The launch went quite well, at least, for my first book. LOL, I did go to great extents for reviews. Advanced readers, literally hundreds of review sites (only to get accepted by two of them, one of which having 13,000 followers 😱)... I even asked my proofreader if her little sister would read it and write an honest review. I may have been a little desperate 😬😂 *Gasps for breath* That was a lot of thank yous! But I meant every one of them 😊. And just for the cherry on top, thank y'all!
  12. *Facepalms* I was so busy with life that I totally forgot to tell y'all about the release of my first book!!! Links of the Two Worlds came out on the seventeenth, just as planned... along with a five star review from the author of 63 books (Jenn Faulk)! *Faints* I just want to say thank you so much to @Jared Williams, @Zee, and @Other people whose names have slipped my mind.... (sorry, other people!) for helping me out in the critique forum. Y'all were such a blessing, and I hate to think of what my book would've ended up looking like without you. It's surprising what a difference can come from critique partners, a couple dozens betas, and a proofreader, isn't it!? Thank you so much to @Nicola, as well. For 1) being an early reader for me, and 2) offering me the opportunity to be interviewed (for the first time in my life)!!! And also thank you so much to everyone in this group. There are so many people here who have supported me and lifted me up in numerous ways on this corner of the internet. Y'all've been more of a blessing than you'll ever know. 😊
  13. @JasmineH I do have a Goodreads account, actually. Hm. I've never heard of them. Do the copies have to be paperback? 'Cause I'm currently unable to do that. Thank you!
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