10 years ago, I was a baby writer getting ready to accomplish her biggest dream: publishing a book! Here’s a peek at who I was back then.
25 things is a lot, I know, but I hope you will find it somewhat fascinating as you learn more about my writing life. (Check out #10, #16, and #17)
Watch any movie about an accident, and good cinematography will play the scene in slow motion. This is what it felt like as I sailed through air. I was aware of everything – the feeling of weightlessness before I landed, watching my dad drive away, believing he’d never know I was gone and I’d be lost forever.
This personal essay was rejected from an anthology, but not from my blog! Check it out, plus everything the judge’s had to say about it.
…and how you can avoid it.
It has been just over a month since I published For the Birds, and I’m proud to say that this has been my best performing book ever during launch month. I’m excited to share those numbers with you.
Fans of Emily Henry and Katherine Center will love For the Birds, a quirky and fun romance set in Northern California.
I have so much news, it’s hard to know where to begin. It all has to do with For the Birds, the humorous second-chance romance I’ve been teasing over the past year.
#1. You won’t get to quit your day job
Buoy jumped out of the truck, a blur of reddish blonde fur as he raced in my direction. I dropped to my knees as the golden retriever reached me. He jumped around, his tail wagging against all my tomatoes as he soaked up my love.