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
If you’ve read any of my posts before, then you probably know that Ally Carter is one of my favorite YA authors. She writes books I love to read and sometimes (!) responds to my tweets. And because my other favorite thing is Twitter, it’s no surprise that’s where I found my inspiration for today’s… Read More Ally Carter’s Good Advice: Just Be Interesting
Just kidding – I have no idea. Am taking comments from those super humans who have managed to figure it out, though. Thanks.
New year, new me – right? Well, kind of. It’s the start of 2017, and the new year always feels like the right time for change. In my case, it seems like a good time to update my blog. If you’ve been following my blog at all, you’ll see that it now looks a little different.… Read More New year, new blog
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