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Tag Archives: Seton Hill University
I have finished it. The draft of World Maker, my third manuscript. It took under five months to write over 92,000 words. Before I move to the meat of this entry, I need to thank my husband, Chris. His enthusiasm … Continue reading
You know how sometimes you have to learn certain lessons for yourself? No matter how many times the advice is given to you previously? I’m spending less time on this blog the last few weeks because I’ve been using all … Continue reading
I finished Wishstone a few years ago as a fantasy novel set in ancient Greece. I pitched it to exactly one agent, an agent who many authors dream of calling theirs. She requested sample chapters and sent a personal, professional, … Continue reading
This three-part post is probably more appropriate to the “About” button, but for my own sake, I’m starting by defining where I’m starting. In high school I would have been surprised to be told I’d end up as an English … Continue reading