Thursday, December 29, 2016

#BetweenTwoFires Giveaway!

Happy News Years! To celebrate the New Year I’m giving away a hardback copy of Between Two Fires! To enter the contest, simply sing up for my newsletter here:

Great things are afoot with the coming New Year, namely finishing up edits to the sequel to Between Two Fires, which will be entitled Dark Winds Rising. My publisher has finalized the release date for the second book for this coming September! How rad is that?

How have your holidays been? Any big New Year’s resolutions on your to do list? Mine is to get my edits for my sequel finished up ASAP.

Hope your next year is a great one! Cheers! 

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

How Did I Get a Literary Agent?

Next week I’ll be discussing how I first got my literary agent for my novel Between Two Fires. The full article will be posted on my e-newsletter! Sign up here to join: 

2016 has been quite a year for me. My debut novel with St. Martin’s Press came out just a few short months ago, and it’s been a whirlwind of planning for the book tour and other events. On top of that, I’m working on the edits to the sequel with my publisher right now. I can’t wait to share the next installment of the series with you next year!

In the meantime, have a very happy holidays! I also hope you enjoy next week’s newsletter article about how I found my literary agent. Thanks again and take care!

Get your copy of Between Two Fires today!

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Speaking in Silicon Valley

Today I had the awesome opportunity to have a book talk at my actual day job! HR set up the whole thing and a few dozen employees from my company came to listen to me speak about my book. Everyone had great questions and were super supportive!

I’ve never done a book talk in a corporate setting before, and it can be a little intimidating at first to share with coworkers from my day job just what I do during my “other” job as a writer. But people had already bought my book and brought copies for me to sign. Everyone was really genuinely interested in the process of becoming a published author. Big thanks to all my coworkers!

My pictures aren’t the most photogenic and don’t really capture just how many folks turned up, but then I again I always seem to forget to ask people to take pics and send them to me after my events. I guess I get so into talking about my book that I forget about everything else. Oh well. J