My first middle-grade fiction novel was released about 10 days ago! 🙂
So far, I’ve had two purchases! 🙂 🙂
Whoever you are, I thank you much! I’d be honored if you wrote a review.
On Monday, my proof copy arrived and I’m looking forward to writing the second book of the series, “Moondust”.
My writing life has been busier than ever. My youngest son finally turned one a couple months ago and as a result, and soon I hope to return to my “night owl” lifestyle of staying up late, burning the midnight oil and writing, reading, and writing.
I miss those days, but the time I spend with my children is so enjoyable . . . and makes good writing material! My oldest is learning to play the violin and my middle child has the funniest sense of humor! The one-year-old’s personality is developing even more. He’s charming and strong-willed: just like his handsome daddy.
So, thankfully, while scrolling through my blog reader, I noticed this writing challenge for the month of March to channel all of these wonderfully incredible moments and more!
It’s kind of like NaNoWriMo — in miniature — because you only have to write a minimum of 10,000 words.
I’ll be a little nervous about feedback since I’ll be writing “like mad” and with pure abandon! Raw and unedited stories are scary! Sometimes, they’re not even recognizable as your own.
Join me, readers and writers — if you so choose! 🙂 Create an account, as a reader or a writer. it’s an easy process. All you need is an email. Happy writing and happy reading.