I recently realized that the last time I sent any sort of update was five days before A Soul as Cold as Frost was launched. So, I'm shooting you a message to let you know all that's happened since then, and what's coming, and boy oh boy. Being a published author has been a real … Continue reading All Things Book (and not!)
It's a funny feeling, being this close to having my first book officially launched and out in the world. I'm pretty giddy. And I do weird things when I'm giddy, like making odd faces even when I don't know it. My mind has gone to another place--I'm barely present. I'd make a good zombie for … Continue reading Only 5 more days!
Well, friends, it's happening. I've dragged myself through parts of this process, and I've skipped like a giddy schoolgirl through other parts, but I'm so close to having everything ready that I can practically taste all the wintery flavours I've jam-packed into this book. I can't wait for the world to have it, I can't … Continue reading Funny Story
Who has two thumbs and is almost ready to publish a book? That joke would work a lot better if you could see me. What a whirlwind 2020 has turned out to be so far! Can anyone relate? Oh wait, yes, of course you can, because we’ve ALL been trapped at home for months. So, … Continue reading Nearing the Finish Line
Here's another update, swooping in at you from the gross off-white soggy-cloud skies that have been keeping the sun captive for way too long. Sunshine would be nice. So would being allowed to go outside in general. I knew it was going to be a challenge to finish writing my book this year, and to … Continue reading A Merry Christmas to all, and to all…oh, whatever. Just read my book.
Is it just me, or when a parent decides to set out and do something non-kid related, it's that exact moment all your kids decide to wind up and hoof you in the teeth? It's as if they're unanimously agreeing, "How dare you think of anything on this planet apart from us?" My kids are … Continue reading Writing A Book With Kids (WABWK)
Straight up, I have a lot of books. That shouldn't come as much of a surprise to many of you. At Christmas, most of my presents are fresh printer-and-ink-smelling rectangles in tacky Christmas wrap, simply because I make it easy for my husband to guess what I want by constantly adding a pile of Marissa … Continue reading Can I be in your Shelfie?