Six Train’s Audiobook
Big news of the month, I decided to do an audiobook for The Six Train to Wisconsin. I’ve put out a call for female narrators on ACX. Payment will be a royalty split. If you or someone you know narrates audiobooks, please encourage them to try out!
Group Author Events
I’ll be selling and signing copies of my book. To bring the book to life–Living Art– I will have a limited number of signed photographs from the book for sale too.
I’ll be there from 10am to 3pm on February 8th. The museum is free from 10 am to 1 pm that day too!
I’ll be at the Whittemore Library on 2/12 from 6:30-8 pm with 8 CT authors for a Ladies’ Night Out. Here’s the amazing flyer the library put together:
Free wine and chocolate and eight authors. Perfect pre-Valentine night out.
Gerri Brousseau, the amazing organizer of this multi-author event and fellow author, will be on WTNH’s CT Style on February 7th at 12pm to share more info about the event too!
Six Train’s outline
I swear it is almost done. It’s just that pesky ending. I’ve changed it so many times. And changed it back almost as many. It’s at 33k words and will be finalized this week. Those last 10 chapters just need to get ironed out.
One of the things I love about this phase is the unexpected research required.
Like the dozens of emails with my old coworkers and bosses to figure out the nuts and bolts of a financial crime.
Or the email to Steph about what traditional Korean dishes might be served for special occasions, or asking Jason if someone would go out on a cold December night for a smoke in Butternut, or my aunt whose a nurse telling me how a broken wrist and finger would be set.
I’m so lucky to have so many experts willing to weigh in and help me make the best book possible. Thank you!