On March 8th, 2020, I will be releasing my first novel, "Pieces of Pink," and I am absolutely ecstatic. I've been living with this project for a while now, and with the end in sight, I think it's finally time to let you know exactly what kind of book you're in for.
I'm feeling whimsical today, so in the hopes of stirring up some weekend blog shenanigans, I've decided to create a mini author challenge!
Here in the Finger Lakes, the snowflakes are flying, the lake is freezing, the geese are freaking out, and we are snowed in.
I am a sedentary person. Don't get me wrong, I love nature and long walks in the woods, but I move slowly (and always bring snacks). Needless to say, when I "exercise," nary a calorie is burned. The root of my problem is that I believe I look much better than I actually do. As… Continue reading Yoga With Adriene: A Writer’s Resolution . . . Again.
In the three and a half years that my husband and I have known each other, we've attended three funerals. Our fourth is tomorrow. As awful as it may sound, death is slowly becoming a regular acquaintance, like a strange, but well-meaning neighbor who stops by for dinner when there's nothing in the fridge but… Continue reading A Eulogy for Burnt Cookies
Okay, so here's the deal: My book comes out on March 8th, which means I am ferociously revising, passing around beta copies, and finalizing feedback. As thrilled as I am, I also have to admit, I've reached a point where I can no longer remember the distinction between 'past' and 'passed'. Like, I know the difference--passed is the past tense--but do I really know the difference?