Partnering with HeadCount, a non-partisan voter participation organization, Penguin Random House has started an initiative encouraging people to register to vote, called: And in honor of that, I’m here to tell you…drumroll…WHY I VOTE! (You’re surprised, right? I’m sure you are.) So, why do I? Well, because OF COURSE I DO! Except, it’s more complex […]
Hello lovelies, I have news! In the next month, I’m hitting the road! Through October, I’ll be making stops in Tacoma, Minneapolis, and Denver to chat with indie booksellers about Immoral Code. Are you an indie bookseller? Fellow author? General book fan? If so and you’ll be at any of the conferences below, come say hi!
**warning: sentimental ramblings coming your way in 3…2…1…** Writing is a solitary process. We writers (hunched over desks, faces lit by the bluish glow of our computer screens, mumbling to ourselves about coffeeses and deadlineses and preciouses… Oh wait, that’s Gollum. Anyway…) spend hours working alone, wadded up tight inside our imaginations with the characters […]
So, I am terrible at posting. Maybe it’s a time thing. Maybe it’s that I’m not very comfortable talking about myself. But last I posted, I’d finished a complete rewrite of my YA speculative novel and was waiting to see if that rewrite would sell to a publisher. As it goes, it has not. Yet? […]