Earlier this year, the coolest thing happened…I signed with my literary agent! As of April 2019, I am now represented by Tia Mele at Talcott Notch Literary. This all came about because of a Twitter pitch event. In 2018, I was querying a manuscript that eventually got me signed with my agent. I used traditional,… Read More How Twitter Helped Me Get A Literary Agent
Just kidding – I have no idea. Am taking comments from those super humans who have managed to figure it out, though. Thanks.
Just an honest observation for your Monday night: Writing isn’t easy. It’s difficult. Like very difficult. Sometimes I have to remind myself of that, because I get to thinking that it’s supposed to be easy. See, even when you have a good story in mind, and you have good characters, and you think you know… Read More Writing isn’t easy
Question for today: Do you prefer to edit on your computer or on paper? I’ve always been one to edit (and write) on my computer. In an effort to save paper and time (I can type faster than I write by hand), I’ve always gone to my computer. But recently, I was working with this one… Read More Do you prefer to edit on your computer or on paper?
The other day, I came across this quote from Veronica Roth that I thought pretty perfectly described my current mood. So I thought I’d share. It said: “And consider getting desperate. Desperate to write, desperate to get that story on the page, desperate to let the characters speak, and desperate to finish.” Now this quote came from a… Read More Feeling desperate (to write)