Kimmery’s Next Book: The Subject May Surprise You

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

My next book is not going to be the book I wanted to write.  I bumbled into the literary world without much of an understanding of what happens when you publish a novel. Like the hypothetical bride who doesn’t think beyond the altar, I was hyper-focused on querying and didn’t research much of the intricacies of the publishing process itself. To be fair, I couldn’t research much of the behind-the-scenes…

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Jenni L. Walsh’s Three Tips for Book Two

Thursday, August 10, 2017

This week the Debs are talking about their second books. I feel very blessed to continue my career as an author. It’s a dream come true and a profession I highly enjoy. That, of course, doesn’t mean it doesn’t come with challenges. So I’ve cobbled together three quick-ish (they got longer than I expected…) tips for tackling a sophomore book and beyond, based on my own publishing journey. Results may…

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Deb Sarah on Saying Goodbye to One Story & Starting Another

To start off, have you seen the trailer for The Violets of March? I’m so excited to share it! Let me know what you think: Now, to the topic at hand … Any writer knows well, when you’re writing a novel, your characters can quickly start to feel like friends (or maybe just house guests that hang around for a long time, right?). You hear them whispering in the morning…

Thursday, January 6, 2011
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