I warned y'all that I love my year in review posts, right? Last week I reflected on what I learned this year. This week, because I'm in holiday mode, no thoughts brain empty, I'm doing more of a round-up post. I'll share my top blog posts, my favorite books from this year, some writing and … Continue reading 2021 Wrap-Up and Year in Review
Today, one of my biggest writing dreams comes true. Today, I'm signing with my agent, Maeve MacLysaght of Ladderbird Literary Agency. Maeve’s passion for my spooky, time-bending science fiction mystery and her commitment to representing queer, diverse SFF makes her an ideal champion for GALATEA’S PARADOX. Aesthetic features original character art (top left) by Zara … Continue reading It Starts with a Dream: from Novel Idea to Agent Offer
The Pitch Wars hype train is gaining steam again, with mentors working on their wish lists and potential mentees already preparing to submit. If you're considering entering, this post is for you. Let's talk about what Pitch Wars is really like, what it means to be Pitch Wars ready, and the pros and cons of … Continue reading A 2020 Mentee Answers Your Pitch Wars Questions
February 1 marked the end of the Pitch Wars revisions period for the 2020 cohort. After two and a half months of hard work, I had rewritten about 70% of my manuscript, eliminated at least five minor characters (RIP) and three unique settings (subsurface ocean planet, someday I will return to you!), completely reworked two … Continue reading My Top Five Pitch Wars Revision Lessons
It's been a busy and eventful few months for me, and as a result I haven't had time to update my blog! Which means I have a backlog of news that I really should have posted here, but if you follow me on socials at all you probably know what's going on. Here's a little … Continue reading New Year’s News and Notes
Yesterday, I submitted my adult space opera GALATEA'S PARADOX to my chosen Pitch Wars mentors.
I wasn't chosen. I didn't get any requests. Here's why I'm glad I participated - and why I'm excited to try again.