Author: CB Archer

CB Archer is a novelist who lives happily in the sunny Okanagan Valley, nestled in Canada (America's Hat). He maintains a regular secretive existence in the real world, and at night writes filthy filthy things that would make even the most experienced librarian change to Blush Shade #6 (The highest of the shades).

Butt Week 2018 approaches!

Butt Week is drawing near. There will be deals, freebies, prizes, and lots of butts!

Aug 19th-25th!

If you are an author of Butt themed books and wish to join in the promotion, please let me know by filling out this form!

A whole bunch of writing going on!

There has been a flurry of writing going on over in CB Archer’s land of sex crazy monsters. (They don’t really give me a rest!)

All of it is going to be part of the C.U.M. series with Deep Desires Press. If you liked the first one, Desires of the Deep, you are in luck, all the way up until book 4 has been written in a few months of monster sqirtin’ goodness!

Centaur of Attention is coming next. Stay tuned for more info.

NaNoWriMo – Check/Wreck Yourself

November is quickly coming to a close, so it is time for my traditional advice for anyone doing #NaNoWriMo this year but isn’t keeping up:

Word count doesn’t matter. The date doesn’t matter. Even NaNoWriMo doesn’t matter.

That is my advice. Ignore what the entire contest was about.

What matters is that you started something. Even if it was only a title, a plan, or even a layout. If you wrote 5 words or if you wrote 49,999 words the advice stands.

What you did was something, and that is a great start. Don’t stop because of some imposed deadline you couldn’t reach, (or even if you could reach it). Don’t stop because the month is almost over or because someone else is further along. December is just as much of a month as November is. That can be your finishing month. Heck, even April, May, or next November are viable.

Don’t let some arbitrary number stop you because you didn’t reach it by a certain date.  The deadline is what I have always hated that about NaNoWriMo. I love that it gets people motivated to start something, but I hate that so many fail because of the concept of a month timeline and then abandon what they did.

Don’t stop NaNoWriMo because of NaNoWriMo itself. Please.

(And next time start your NaNoWriMo novel in August to get several legs up on November. I promise not to tell on you!)