Is There Such a Thing as Autumn Resolutions?
Maybe there should be! I’m lucky enough that my boys are in school this fall – though with cases in Poland rising, that might be the case for much longer. I take every day as it comes – what else can you do? – and keep a plan in my pocket for the inevitable days […]Continue reading
Three Big Announcements!
School started here two weeks ago - thankfully, in-person, since the viral counts are so much lower here in Poland - and it's been absolutely glorious finding my groove again. I've known for ages that I need to write every day in order for my mood to be at its best - and it was […]Continue reading
The good, the bad, and the thoughtful.
With Bonded Beach out in the world, I'm starting to focus on the next book. The first draft is done, and I'm going to be feeling out for sensitivity readers for it soon - but first, the good and the bad. Bad news first: Hanukkah Miracles will not be released until December. It's a holiday-themed […]Continue reading
This week, I’m working on what is probably one of the more banal jobs in my editing process – the print-out. Everyone has their own way of editing, and I’ve tried more methods than I can actually remember. But one that has stuck with me since I started writing with a No. 2 pencil in my hand has […]Continue reading
Reviews and Coming Attractions!
I’ve been remiss in checking for reviews for The Omega Nanny, which is how I completely missed the lovely review posted at JoyfullyJay.com a few weeks ago. And I really have absolutely NO excuse, because the same day it posted, the person who runs the site sent me an email to ask for an ARC for The […]Continue reading
3 Things I Did Right When Self-Publishing – and What I Wish I’d Done Differently
After all, self-publishing is all about taking that first step up a very steep staircase…. I am way too new at the self-publishing game to really write a how-to for anyone looking to do it. After all – I went into it knowing practically nothing about how it worked, except a few key basics. (To wit: […]Continue reading