On Friday, folks on my mailing list got to be among the first to see the cover for my new book, Finding Heaven. They also got the story behind the cover.
If you missed it, you can read about it here:
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As support for readers of this book who may be struggling with their own wounds, I also created a resource list of books and websites I found most helpful when I was trying to understand childhood sexual abuse, domestic violence, and sex trafficking. If this is something that interests you, check it out here:
And now, if you're like "I don't want to read anything else, just show me the cover already!", here it is:
I am thrilled to report that I am nearing the end of the first draft for this book. Then the real work will begin!
If this is the first time you've heard about this book, check out the book page here:
An update on my progress toward getting fit, and what I’ve finally done that is working.
While looking for a way to make my writing business sustainable, I discovered that the answer was in front of me all the time. Life is good.
The Indie Publishing process, and the unique struggles that is posing at my current career phase. I need your help to make this thing work.
It’s been a strange week. And by “strange,” I mean it was like there were an extra six really-high highs and kinda-sucky lows stuffed into it without much of a breather between one or the other. So, for posterity, here are the highlights, and a moment to be grateful, too.
I’m not sure I’m cramming enough exciting things into my week. What do you think?
My mission to get my weight under control, plus the release of the Just Plain Gloves Knitting Pattern and an announcement about some of my short fiction.
I’m so excited to share my new cover and title with you! It blows me away! :-)
Here’s a secret: We’re all afraid. Every person who succeeds at something has had to confront fear at some point to get to where they are. The trick is to start anyway.
Humans are made of stories. And, no matter the "world" that a story may be set in, at the heart of every good story is a character who is overcoming difficult situations that must be relatable to the reader in some way, or the story would not resonate with us. In this post, I talk about some ways that fantasy and other genres of fiction have benefited me, and why I think everyone should read or watch it.