Good Morning, Friends! We’re in strange times at the moment. My husband is working from home, my son is schooling from home, and I am always home but am currently experiencing serious writer’s block, probably due to too much going on in my own home. So what’s a quarantined writer with writer’s block to do?Continue reading “Ramblings of a Quarantined Writer”
I am absolutely ecstatic to announce that my young adult novel, IN MY SHOES, has found a publisher! It seems like forever and a hundred revisions later, but IN MY SHOES has been acquisitioned by Michelle Halket at Central Avenue Publishing for release in Spring 2017. I’m so excited to work with Michelle and CentralContinue reading “COMING SPRING 2019!”
One of the coolest things EVER as a published author is meeting other published authors and making new friends. Just before the release of The Edge of Nowhere, I met a talented writer named Dan Buri who was incredibly kind to me and help me launch my novel. His collection of short stories, Pieces Like Pottery: Stories of Loss andContinue reading “Blog Tour: Dan Buri – Pieces Like Pottery”
Today I want to extend to all of you my most humble and truly heartfelt THANK YOU! Yesterday, I received my first royalty statement from my publisher and, while I’ll likely never get rich writing, I am truly thankful for the support of so many who have supported me with this first novel. It’s such a hardContinue reading “A Note of Heartfelt Thanks!”
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Today y’all will be blessed with my mindless ramblings! You can thank me later! Hahah! Writing a novel and then sending part or all of that novel off into the unknown universe that consists of literary agents and publishing houses is terrifying! I’ve sent my first child off to college, and it wasn’t nearly asContinue reading “Rambling Thoughts: My Querying Experience with Agents and Editors”
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Self-confidence: I’ve never lacked for it in the past; so the only cure for the present is to wait and see.